Magnesium-deficiency often causes Potassium-deficiency
Have been doing the reading. Have i gotten this right?
Magnesium-deficiency often causes Potassium-deficiency, due to Magnesium being a key step in the Potassium-metabolism.
Both Caffeine and megadosing Vitamin D/Hormone D causes wasting of Magnesium and Potassium.
Low Potassium causes similiar symptoms as Magnesium, that is, fatigue, weakness, heart palpitations, depression/anxiety, hypoglycemia et cetera.
Supplementing Magnesium is necessary to normalize Potassium, however, taking high-dose Magnesium on it’s own can dump Potassium, which is why you take the Adrenal Cocktail to balance it out and get both. The Adrenal Cocktail basically uses Cream of Tartar as an Potassium-supplement, and you achieve electrolyte-balance, that is – sufficient Magnesium, balanced with Potassium.
Right or wrong?