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Sandy Sanderson05-20-21 Why is Magnesium So Powerful for Your Immune Defense?

Are you concerned that your immune system may not be strong enough to withstand exposure to viruses? Did you know that high stress causes a drop in immune system virulence?

Although young people have strong immune defense against corona viruses, as we get older, the immune system can start to weaken – most especially if you have diabetes, heart disease, auto-immune disorders, or thyroid, liver or kidney diseases.

To shore up the immune system so it can fight pathogens and their toxins, it is common for recommendations of high vitamin C and vitamin D, as well as zinc. These nutrients do help the body to cleanse and oxygenate, which strengthens the immune system. But the important role of magnesium to arm the immune system with electrical power is often ignored.

Learn how to super charge your immune system defense with transdermal magnesium. Tune in for tips to protect your family – naturally.

Bio: Sandy Sanderson, Founder and CEO of Elektra Magnesium skin and muscle care products, has a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a specialty in marketing and business. After years of chronic stress and deadlines, she developed severe heart arrhythmias and a health crisis which she resolved with transdermal magnesium. This led her to the development of a natural magnesium delivery system, with products for all ages.

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