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Discover the #1 remedy for heart palpitations and learn more about the top causes of heart palpitations.


0:00 Introduction: Heart palpitations explained
0:12 What are heart palpitations?
0:22 What causes heart palpitations?
5:20 The best remedy for heart palpitations
7:20 Learn more about the gallbladder!

Today I want to share the #1 remedy for heart palpitations.

Heart palpitations are irregular heartbeats that can come and go.

Top causes of heart palpitations:
• Stress
• Caffeine
• Wine
• Gluten
• Bile sludge
• Food allergies
• Certain medications
• Hyperthyroidism
• Over-exercising/poor sleep
• Magnesium deficiency

The top remedy for heart palpitations:
• Magnesium

Getting magnesium from food is the best option, but you can also take a magnesium supplement. As far as supplements, I like magnesium glycinate.

Salads and vegetables are excellent sources of magnesium and other essential nutrients. I suggest consuming seven to ten cups of salad per day or four to five cups of vegetables.

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Thanks for watching! Try consuming more magnesium—the #1 remedy for heart palpitations. I’ll see you in the next video.

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