My Blood Type B friend who is present in some of my e-mails, sent this information how Magnesium (lots of it) helped her sister reverse her arrhythmia symptoms.
Since I know magnesium helps me prevent pain, I know it is a very important part of a healthy diet.
She sent this information from Doctor Carolyn Dean who cured her own arrhythmia. Seems people who have arrhythmia, may need more than just eating foods with magnesium. You can start there with collard greens, almonds and figs, and if you need more magnesium read this book:
In this book it says heart muscles uses the most magnesium of any organ. The top 2 signs of severe magnesium deficiency are heart a fib and kidney stones. The cause is excess calcium and low relative magnesium cannot completely buffer it in muscle, nerves, and biological pathways.
Anyone with these issues should take an absorb-able magnesium like:
High Uric Acid is associated with inflammation, hypertension, heart disease, and damaged blood vessel walls. Uric acid is broken down by nitric oxide which uses a giant amount of magnesium. So if you are magnesium deficient, your inflammation increases, your CRP levels rise and you cannot break down Uric acid.
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.