What the Experts Say: Interviews on Magnesium
“What the Experts Say” is a video series featuring the voices of health experts in various fields, sharing their clinical and professional experiences with magnesium as a vehicle for improved health, vitality, and performance.
Encompassing the branches of sports medicine, naturopathy, women’s health, chiropractic medicine, and traditional medicine, the series provides a unique range of perspectives, and a powerful body of commentary on the why and how of magnesium and transdermal magnesium therapy.
Playlist and Transcripts
Transcripts are available for videos in this series at the links below:
Mark Sircus, Ac., OMD, author of the book Transdermal Magnesium Therapy, discusses magnesium supplementation and the pros and cons of oral versus topical applications.
Marc Sircus is an author, a nationally certified acupuncturist, honorary doctor of Oriental Medicine, and a founding director of the International Medical Veritas Association (IMVA). His book, Transdermal Magnesium Therapy, explores groundbreaking information in the use of magnesium chloride transdermally.
Mike Mahler on magnesium’s benefits to athletic performance, hormone levels, DHEA, and weight training.
Kettlebell guru, strength trainer, and fitness & health journalist, Mike Mahler explains why magnesium is essential for performance & recovery time, hormone optimization, insulin sensitivity, stress management, and overall health. Mike does workshops on these topics worldwide and has written over 100 articles for publications such as Muscle & Fitness, Men’s Fitness, and Ironman Magazine.
Dr. Kathleen Akin discusses magnesium’s impact on muscle spasms, sports injuries, muscle twitching, pain, and detox.
Dr. Akin is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician with over 15 years of experience in her field. Based on her work with professional athletes and patients with ALS and other disorders, Dr. Akin has seen the dramatic affect that mineral deficiencies have on the human body. By using hair analysis for testing, she is able to track her patients’ progress and the alleviation of their symptoms through the use of topical magnesium.
Daniel Reid describes magnesium’s key role in transdermal therapies, detoxification, self-healing and body alkalizing.
Daniel Reid is a bestselling author and a leading expert on eastern philosophy and medicine. He has written numerous books and magazine articles on various aspects of Asian self-health and self-healing practices, and has established an international reputation for the practical efficacy of his traditional approach to modern health problems. After spending years in the Orient, he now resides in Australia directing detoxification programs and continuing to educate on natural and organic healing methods.
Dr. William McAuliffe discusses just how far we as a society have fallen into magnesium deficiency, and the difficulty of trying to reverse it through food alone.
Dr. McAuliffe, who received a B.S. from Fordham University, is a Doctor of Chiropractic in New Jersey with over 30 years of postgraduate education. From his first days in private practice his approach to patient care has always been to acquire the most current and comprehensive wellness information to pass along to his patients. He has been a Nutritional Consultant to the U.S. Army Special Forces in Ft. Benning, Georgia, and has lectured on wellness and proper nutrition at the Olympic Training Grounds in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Rochelle McKay-Masterton describes her encounters with magnesium as it applies to both women’s health and the alleviation of pain in general.
Rochelle McKay Masterton, founder of the She Oaks Natural Fertility in Maleny, Queensland, has spent over 15 years studying natural healing techniques. As a Naturopath she provides patients with comprehensive individual treatment plans while also addressing issues such as infertility, miscarriage, endometriosis, chronic fatigue, poly cystic ovarian syndrome, fibroids, PMT and many other hormonal conditions. During her time spent working with women’s health, she’s acquired an intimate knowledge of just how crucial health and nutrition are for balance, vitality, and overall well-being.
Peter Liddy, a veteran in treating a wide spectrum of athletes, tells us why his professional patients use magnesium oil as their emergency pain relief.
Peter Liddy, owner of Jai Dee Wellness Centre and an alternative practitioner, has been studying complimentary modalities since 1985. During his time at Queensland Institute of Natural Science in Australia, Peter became well versed in touch and energy based healing, building upon that knowledge when he became certified in Bowen Therapy as well as studying traditional Thai massage in Thailand.