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Couple of Possibilities...
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Ali,

Well, I wouldn't say that taking 900 mg per day without having a bowel movement is 'normal', but not having a bowel movement every day for ANY reason is not 'normal' either, so there is definitely something going on. And there are a couple of possibilities here.


1) You may really just need a lot more magnesium than most people. If you are a high stress person or happen to have a lot of stress in your life, then you just might need more magnesium than most people.

Dr. Carolyn Dean, author of The Magnesium Miracle discusses magnesium at length in that book.

So, you may just not be 'average'.

However, constipation is usually not just 'one' thing, but a multitude of problems that all need to be addressed. So I suggest that you get the Chronic Constipation Help Program and get on an entire PROGRAM to help you to overcome this problem for life.

Magnesium is great and almost certainly necessary to overcome your chronic constipation problem, but it's almost never the whole solution. Get the program and actually solve your problem.




Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
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