The Most Critical Mineral for Your Heart

Written by Dr. Melissa Gallagher, Naturopathic Physician

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Video Transcript:

Today, I’m going to share with you the most critical mineral complex that you need to add to your life to optimize your heart health.

Correlation Between Magnesium Deficiency and Heart Health

One of the things that we see in clinical evaluation of mineral levels is that individuals across the globe are deficient in magnesium. And there’s a direct correlation between your magnesium levels and the state of your heart health. Particularly, magnesium shows itself in highest form in our heart tissue. And in fact, the left ventricle is where the majority of the heart’s work is performed, and that’s where we see high level and high concentrations of magnesium.

So if you’re looking to prevent heart disease, or even reverse heart disease, magnesium that you can find here in Magnesium 7, can be a very powerful, potent heart disease prevention and reversal supplement. This is something, magnesium does not get billed as a powerful heart health supplement. But what we know is that individuals, patients with low magnesium levels, have greater instances of heart disease.

And research shows us that when we supplement with magnesium, we can decrease our cholesterol and our saturated fat content. This is really important because a lot of times people think, “oh, cholesterol causes heart disease, and it can lead to thickening of our arteries and cholesterol turning into kind of an arterial clogging situation.” But it’s the low magnesium that decreases heart functionality.

Undercurrents of Heart Disease

So, if you’re looking at the kind of undercurrents of heart disease and lowering your risk, it is really critical that you boost up your magnesium levels. So consuming Magnesium 7 is a complex with an assortment of magnesium forms and types that will target maximizing your heart health. And when we look at individuals who take magnesium in clinical studies, they take optimal forms of magnesium, they have reduction in high blood pressure. We see a reduction in metabolic syndrome – that’s the kind of underlying current and underlying cause of insulin resistance and glucose intolerance that can cause excess weight gain and lead to heart attack and stroke risks. We also see that patients will show a decrease in LDL and an increase in HDL when they’re increasing their magnesium.

Magnesium also plays a role in the accumulation of calcifications in the vascular channel. Now that might sound like some crazy concept, but basically, if you are familiar with any family member who has had any type of arterial sclerosis – a thickening of the vascular walls – well, the arterial sclerosis, simply put, is bone matter – calcifications of the actual blood vessels. That calcification occurs, simply put, because of low magnesium. Magnesium is a calcium gatekeeper. And what magnesium does is it limits the amount of calcium that can get through and into our cells, and can build up along the lining of our vascular walls.

So what we see, clinically speaking, is that individuals, when we’re testing magnesium, we have found through an exorbitant amount of research that our current labs, number one, are not running magnesium. We’re not seeing it in our chem panels, you have to request this to be done. Our current normal range is even lower than what we need. Any level that’s six mgs or lower, six milligrams or lower, is going to show you in a magnesium deficiency.

Ways to Get Your Magnesium

So literally, a magnesium supplement can save your life. It can save you from heart disease, heart attack, angina, arterial sclerosis – some of the major leading causes of fatalities due to heart disease.

So this magnesium, I recommend taking your dose throughout the day. Take a dose in the morning, and take a dose right before bedtime, your evening time. And magnesium is something you can also get in food. So I’m going to share with you some of the top magnesium-dense foods.

A quarter cup of wheat bran is going to deliver the greatest quantity of natural magnesium – it comes in at about 89 milligrams of magnesium. Then an ounce of almonds is also beneficial, we see that in the 65-67 milligram range. Also one ounce of cashews. So almonds and cashews are highly dense in magnesium. A half a cup of spinach. If you add that daily or double it, you get a cup of spinach a day, you’re increasing your magnesium levels. And also lentils.

So magnesium, friends, is going to be one of your heart’s best friends in terms of helping support its health. And can be both preventative and a reversal of heart disease.

I’m so excited to share this information with you. Because here at Organixx, you can purchase Magnesium 7 down below. So click on the link that we’ve added. I’m excited for you to try it, add it to your life. Your heart will be happy as a result.


Magnesium deficiency is linked to stress, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, anxiety, trouble sleeping, sore muscles, migraines, and many more debilitating health conditions.

If your body needs magnesium, you want the most beneficial kind your body can actually absorb. Organixx Magnesium 7 gives you seven (7) of the very best, most bioavailable types of elemental magnesium available.

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Dr. Melissa Gallagher, Naturopathic Physician
Dr. Melissa Gallagher, Naturopathic Physician, holds a Masters in Holistic Nutrition and a Doctorate of Naturopathy. In addition to providing expert guidance to Organixx, Dr. Melissa maintains a busy private practice in Texas. Her primary focus is working with individuals addressing digestive disorders, hormone balance, detoxification therapies, and primary and secondary lymphedema cases through lymphatic decongestive treatments.

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  1. I take Arimidex for hormone positive breast cancer. Will your magnesium supplement interfere with this medication. My gut is hypersensitive to a lot of supplements due to treatment & have been left with sensory neuropathy. What is the coating on your magnesium supplement ?

    • Hi Sue, We are sorry to hear of the health challenges you are facing. Sending a prayer your way. While we were unable to find any well known interactions for this medication and magnesium we must always direct you to ask these questions of your trusted healthcare provider. They will be able to assist you in finding out how magnesium will react to your current therapy. Our Magnesium 7 product is encased in a plant cellulose capsule. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) is derived from vegetable cellulose. 100% natural, these capsules contain no preservatives, gelatin, wheat, gluten, animal by-products or starch, and they are made from pure cellulose of either pine or poplar. I hope you find this information helpful. Have a wonderful day!

    • Hi Mary, The types of magnesium in our Magnesium 7 are magnesium chelate, magnesium glycinate, magnesium aspartate, magnesium malate, magnesium orotate, magnesium taurate and magnesium citrate. You can find the label here : https://shop.organixx.com/products/magnesium-7 I hope you find this information helpful. Thank you for being here with us! Enjoy your day!

  2. How do I urchase sau 3 bottles without having to subscribe?
    If I was to subscribe how would I be able to cancel the subscription and payment
    Thank you

    • Hi Paul, Thank you for your interest in our products. You are able to purchase 3 bottles as a one time order here. https://shop.organixx.com/products/magnesium-7 Please select the box that says one-time purchase. If you do decide to subscribe to save 15% you can always cancel at any time without penalty. You may cancel the subscription by calling us at 877-750-6455 or you can cancel by logging into your subscription account. I hope this helps. 🙂 Have a wonderful day!

  3. Hey,
    I enjoyed your video because I learned a lot. You might want to check your spelling of “Atrial Fibrillation”. I think that you meant Atrial Fibrillation and not Arterial Fibrillation.
    Cheers!

    • Hi Marnie, We are so happy to hear you found this information helpful. We will continue to post more like it in the future. Thank you for pointing out this spelling issue. However, I was unable to locate this in the video post/article. Have a wonderful day!

    • Hello Ryan, Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We are working on the correction now. We appreciate your support! Please check your email shortly. Have a beautiful day! 🙂

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