A RBC magnesium test; is the gold standard test for assessing your magnesium needs. The same test can also tell you if you have too much mercury. Knowing you can improve your biochemical numbers may take some initial testing. Then monitoring. These are the tests I recommend for your particular health concern. Lipid and Thyroid analyses, Vitamin D and B12 deficiencies. Casein intolerance and inflammatory markers like L3, CRP and Homocysteine levels. The A1C is for sugar levels over 3 months determining your chances of diabetes.

Fine-tuning your eating for your target nutrients will help you feel better, and specific B vitamins can keep you from over dosing on Vitamin B 6 which may cause non-fatal heart attacks when taken in excess.

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