Fibro-Care Spark of Life

When it comes to your heart, blood pressure, blood sugar, bones and so much more, magnesium is the master spark of metabolism for your body. In fact, magnesium is essential to your life!  

How magnesium impacts health is not new. Historically, magnesium: was found

  • low in osteoporosis as early as 1984 in postmenopausal women 
  • helped control type 2 diabetes symptoms in 1998
  • has hundreds of studies to show it reduces heart disease & hypertensive risk
  • lowered diabetic risk in an 18 year nurses’ study
  • suggested as part of a cancer protocol in in 1994 by renowned magnesium expert of 40 years, Mildred Seelig, M.D. 

Recently the spotlight is turning to this mighty mineral. Could it be the proverbial health bean counters are looking at the medical costs facing America’s future and need a REAL answer? An answer like magnesium?

  • $190 billion heart disease price tag that inexpensive magnesium could help prevent according to Dennis Goodman, M.D., author of Magnificent Magnesium
  • $25 billion osteoporosis bill Americans could face by 2025 even though the “wonder” bone drugs for osteoporosis haven’t worked wonders as predicted. Supplements like calcium, vitamin D, K and boron with magnesium could help build bones. 
  • $21.5 billion a year cancer cost yet studies in 1984 showed magnesium could help control cancer cell growth. 
  • $13 billion in 2020 for fibromyalgia, a disorder known to be magnesium deficient. 

You may be asking if one mineral can make such a difference in your health and well-being. 

The answer has to be a big YES. That is why it is critically important that you know what this mineral can do for you if you are one of the estimated 80% of Americans (according to Goodman) who are running on empty. 

Magnesium is master of metabolism by its action on enzymes. In her book The Magnesium Factor, Seelig explains: “Magnesium is directly necessary to the enzymes that break down glucose, control the production of cholesterol, make nucleic acids such as DNA, make proteins and break down fats…in addition to the more than 350 enzymes for which magnesium is directly necessary, it is indirectly required for thousands of others”. Without adequate magnesium, Seelig adds those enzymes will “either not act, act wrong or both”. Having enough magnesium sparks enzymes to act “right”.  

An adult body has about 25 grams of magnesium with 50-60% stored in bones,1% in the bloodstream and the rest found in soft tissues. You need at least 450 mg a day to maintain what is reported as “normal levels” for health yet few Americans get even that, according to government nutritional studies (NHANES) conducted over decades of time!  

Magnesium can make a difference in most diseases when you correct a deficiency. However, magnesium makes a bigger impact on health if you keep levels optimal to help prevent the disease from starting. Supplementing with an organic, highly absorbable magnesium formula like Fibro-Care™ is one way you restore and maintain your “spark of life”. 

Are you deficient? Find out

The best way to check your magnesium level is a red blood cell (RBC) magnesium blood test. With only 1% of magnesium found in the bloodstream the RBC test is more indicative of what’s available to your cells and tissues. Impressively, new research suggests magnesium as a cofactor for more than 600 enzymes. Lest you forget, the simple reason to take magnesium is to make energy for every cell in your body (and you) to live. Without magnesium, you die. If you have low magnesium, you live but survive less healthy. So be wise, take Fibro-Care™ and be magnesium well! 

Fibro-Care™ capsules or Fibro-Care™  tablets -- take your pick for a highly absorbable organic magnesium formula to meet your daily needs and SPARK your energy!


  • Magnesium Factor by Mildred Seelig MD, MDH
  • Magnificent Magnesium by Dennis Goodman MD

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