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Magnesium and Potassium

« Citrate, isocitrate, α-cheto glutarate, succinate, fumarate, malate are intermediate components of the metabolic sequence that generates cellular energy [ATP]. The Krebs cycle, or Citric Acid, is not only the final common sequence of food components, but also the source of anabolic or basic molecules that contribute to the maintenance of organs and their strategic role. The Citric Acid cycle is involved in both anabolic functions [construction] and catabolic ones [destruction] of the body and is the crossing point of the conversion and utilisation of food.
The conversion of the intermediates of the Krebs cycle is under the control of enzymes, which require, for their function, vitamins and minerals …» [1]

« Potassium citrate is prescribed as a diuretic and diaphoretic in rheumatism, gout, etc. It is an antacid. It is prescribed in the treatment of cystitis, pyelitis, etc.» [2].  

«Citric acid (contained in lemon juice) is a mild antiseptic. It was used in acute articular rheumatism, against catarrhal jaundice and finally, as a diaphoretic and diuretic…» [3].  

« … Some citrate actions inhibit the formation of kidney stones. Citrate is able to reduce the urinary saturation of calcium oxalate and calcium phosphate and delay the formation of stone crystal growth nuclei. The use of potassium citrate in the treatment of calcium oxalate stones has proven quite effective, as it reduces the formation of kidney stones in almost 90% of subjects.… However, Citrate Magnesium proves more effective». [4]

« Magnesium and Potassium are absolutely essential for the proper functioning of the cardiovascular system. A large number of tests demonstrates how magnesium and/or potassium supplementation is effective in treating a large number of cardiovascular diseases, such as arrhythmia, angina, congestive heart failure andhypertension» [5].  

«Magnesium deficiency produces coronary artery spasms and is thought to be one of the causes of myocardial infarction not connected with occlusive diseases. It was also observed that in sudden deaths for acute myocardial infarction, the levels of magnesium and potassium are significantly reduced …» [6].

[1] Joseph E. Pizzorno jr, Micheal T, Murray, Trattato della medicina naturale, Edizioni Red.
[2] AA.VV. Medicamenta, VIª Edizione, Cooperativa Farmaceutica Milano.
[3] Ibidem
[4] Joseph E. Pizzorno jr, Micheal T, Murray, op. cit.
[5] Ibidem
[6] Joseph E. Pizzorno jr, Micheal T, Murray, Trattato della medicina naturale, Edizioni Red.
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