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Magnesium, Zinc and Vitamin B6

Magnesium is an essential mineral for the use of Vitamins B1 and B6, for staying healthy and is required for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. Multiple health benefits of magnesium include transmission of nerve impulses, body temperature regulation, detoxification, energy production, and the formation of healthy bones and teeth. Magnesium is available in apples, avocado, bananas, black grapes and seeds, carrot leaves, dulce, dandelion, kale, mistletoe, okra, Parsley, peppermint, skunk cabbage and watercress.
Magnesium Deficiency: Some early signs of Magnesium Deficiency include: Flu-like Symptons; Numbness and Tingling; Muscle Contractions and Cramp; Seizures; Personality Changes and Abnormal Heart Rhythm.

Zinc: helps with making new cells and enzymes,  processing carbohydrate, fat and protein in food and healing wounds. Sources of Zinc include: Meat; Shellfish; Milk, Cheese, Bread and Cereal Products and Wheatgerm.


Magnesium, Zinc and Vitamin B6 - Vitamins for Stuttering:     Magnesium, Zinc and Vitamin B6 deficiency can cause stuttering. Take a tablet of 333 milligrams of Magnesium, Zinc and Calcium which is available as one supplement once daily. Take a tablet of 50 milligrams of B6 once daily. 

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