Diary of Unknown Symptoms

Mystery of the Internal Vibration

Entry for July 15, 2007


Success! Woke up with no vibration.

Found more interesting facts about phosphorus:

There is a distinct difference between the phosphorus needed by the bones from the phosphorus needed by the brain. Phosphorus for the brain comes from meat, dairy and fish whereas phosphorus for the bones comes from fruits and vegetables.

Phosphorus is vital in synthesizing lecithin and cerebrin, which are both needed by the brain. Phosphorus compounds like lecithin are found everywhere in the tissues, lymph, and other of the body as well as in the white and gray matter of brain and nerve tissue.

Phosphorus stimulates hair growth and prevents the blood from becoming too acid or alkaline. It is also necessary for the synthesis of the RNA and DNA.

So there are different types of phosphorus and the type I’m interested in is for the brain. So I need to change my diet to include more meat, dairy and fish. But it doesn’t mention anything about the breakfast cereals…

Yesterday we did our shopping and I checked almost all of the cereals for the phosphorus content and All Bran was the winner. It has 35% phosphorus and 50% magnesium in half a cup. WOW! that’s a lot of both so I’ll have a small bowl for breakfast and organize my new vitamin schedule.

Daily Supplements

1.5 of calcium complex which contains 150 mg of magnesium
125 mg extra magnesium
50 mg zinc
75 mg maganese (25 mg 3 times a day)
375 mcr molybdendum

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