Chelated Magnesium - does it help fibromyalgia?

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9 Sep 2009

Magnesium is just one of many remedies and/or supplements for that might be helpful for fibromyalgia. It's not a cure, but it may be helpful in relieving some of the symptoms.
There is a lot of information at http://web.mit.edu/london/www/magnesium.html which may help.

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