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Magnesium, Adaption, Safety, and Life

How our responses affect our magnesium, how this leads to a perception of being unsafe, and how to break the circuit.

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Peace and safety. This is a mantra I hear frequently from my patients when asked why they want good health. A sigh of relief, a relaxation of muscle, a calming of the stomach, and a quietening of the brain.




Psychology, philosophy, science and where they intersect.

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Cindy de Villiers

Cindy de Villiers

Practicing Functional MD developing a diagnostic and treatment online platform, incorporating wearables and AI. Always questioning.

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