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“Anything that is tight, irritable, crampy, and stiff — whether it is a body part or an even a mood — is a sign of magnesium deficiency.” – Dr. Mark Hyman

lCan we talk Anxiety in our kids for a min?

Despite what you may have heard, Anxiety does NOT have to be part of your child’s daily life. Autism does not have to mean anxiety – at least not chronic, daily anxiety.

One of the most effective treatments you might consider for anxiety (and even depression) is Magnesium supplementation – which is sort of phenomenal, because it affects so many other symptoms – pain, digestion, fatigue, and more…

This is why, in addition to this podcast that I recorded last week, I have also created a Magnesium Toolkit for you that gives you an overview of different types of Magnesium supplements, and when and why to use them.

This toolkit includes details on:

  • Type of Magnesium (Citrate vs Oils vs Glycinate, etc)
  • Symptoms your child is experiencing that can help you fine tune exactly what you need
  • Comparison of different types and their individual benefits

If there’s one thing I know, it’s that our kids – especially our kids with learning disabilities / Autism / Down Syndrome – are under a phenomenal amount of societal + biochemical + physiological stress. And stress depletes magnesium.

Take a look at this toolkit, listen to the podcast, and write back to me to tell me what you think. Are you considering Magnesium supplementation, what do you hope it will do for you?

Onwards, my friend!

Vaish

P.S. Remember that the most important shift you can make in your child’s nutrient status and gut health is when you apply systematic sustainable changes in your child’s diet. My signature program Roadmap to Attention and Regulation will be live in about 6 weeks!