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We all know that the soil is abominable because of the
petro-chemical fertilizers that basically destroyed all healthy nutrients.
There are two minerals that you need for good health.


If you want to maintain normal muscle and nerve function,
keeping a healthy and strong immune system, maintaining a normal heart rhythm,
building strong bones, and involving at least 300 biochemical reactions in the
body, you must have magnesium.

When deficient in magnesium you will experience muscle
spasms, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, irregular heart
rhythm, anxiety disorders, migraines, osteoporosis and cerebral infractions.

The best foods for magnesium are:

Dark leafy greens, especially spinach, chard, and kale.

Nuts and seeds, especially squash and pumpkin seeds, sesame
seeds, brazil nuts, non-irradiated almonds, cashews, pine nuts, peanuts, pecans
and walnuts.

Beans and lentils. Especially white beans, black-eyed peas,
kidney beans, garbanzo beans, lentils and pinto beans.

Whole grains, especially brown rice,

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What Your Urine Microscopy And Dipstick Results Mean

How to interpret your urine analysis

Your kidneys produce urine, and this urine is an excellent indicator of your current health. Healthy urine is usually clear, odorless, and free from excess sugar, proteins and bacteria.

If your urine exhibits any abnormal symptoms, it’s likely that your body is experiencing some kind of stress. The presence of certain enzymes and chemicals in the urine can indicate a number of different diseases, infections or other issues.

By taking note of the color, smell and general appearance of your urine on a daily basis, you stand a much better chance of catching any potential issues before they become serious problems.

Urine microscopy and dipstick testing are two diagnostic procedures that help to detect diseases earlier than would be possible by simply observing the appearance and smell of one’s urine. As such, these tests are common practice for most doctors practicing internal medicine.


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How To Diagnose And Treat Them

Urinary Tract Infections

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Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are very common and can affect anyone, regardless of age or gender. One in ten people will experience a UTI at some point in their lifetime. Urinary tract infections are a type of bacterial infection that affects the urethra, bladder, and kidneys. They are more common in women than men because of structural differences in the urinary tract. In this article, you will learn all about urinary tract infections and how to spot the early signs so you can get treatment as fast as possible.

In my last article on Kidneys, at the end I had mentioned that my next article will be on urinary tract infection

What is a Urinary Tract Infection?

A urinary tract infection is a bacterial infection that affects any part of the urinary system. This includes the kidneys, ureters (the

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