Is THIS What Killed Carrie Fisher?

The whole world was stunned when beloved actress Carrie Fisher died just a couple days after Christmas.

She was unforgettable in her performances as Princess Leia in the Star Wars movies, always fighting against the dark side of the Force.

But now one of the country’s leading doctors is wondering whether there were other dark forces at play in Fisher’s death.

And the warning he’s sounding could save your life or the life of someone you know.

Dr. George Lundberg thinks a chronic deficiency of magnesium, a critical mineral for heart, brain and muscle health, may have caused Fisher’s death.

And Dr. Lundberg isn’t some quack. He serves as editor-at-large for Medscape, one of the leading sources of medical information in the world.

It’s where doctors go to get information on the latest advances in health care. And Dr. Lundberg has been sounding the alarm about the dangers of magnesium deficiency for years.

As Dr. Lundberg points out, “Low magnesium levels can trigger a range of cardiac rhythm abnormalities” and are linked to heart problems and sudden death.

Magnesium is critical for hundreds of reactions that occur inside your body, and it’s necessary for maintaining a regular heartbeat and normal blood pressure.

And that’s a big problem, because many seniors are deficient in magnesium and don’t get their levels regularly checked.

In fact, Dr. Lundberg believes low magnesium is responsible for many sudden, unexplained heart-related deaths, including maybe Fisher’s.

If you haven’t had your magnesium levels checked recently, ask your doctor to run a test.

Also, as Dr. Lundberg points out, unless you have kidney disease, you can’t really overdose on magnesium.

So load up on magnesium-rich foods like almonds, cashews, shrimp, crab, spinach, peanuts, pecans, whole grains, soy and black beans. And also consider supplementing with magnesium — you can typically find a month’s supply for less than $10.

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Regards,

Jack Taylor
Department of Research, Turapür Products

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