A liver that’s grown sluggish and fatty due to EBV and other factors such as pesticides, antibiotics, other pharmaceuticals, toxic chemicals, unproductive food, and toxic heavy metals can contribute to magnesium, potassium, glucose, and glycogen deficiencies, because the liver is meant to be their storage bin, and when it grows weak, it loses its ability to hold on to them. These nutrients all feed muscles, so deficiencies can translate to cramped muscles.
Excerpt from Thyroid Healing by Anthony William, p51. Continue reading and get your copy today at http://amzn.to/2mfPiJ0
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