Magnesium and Potassium for Lipomas

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Posted by Richard (Rocky Mount, Nc) on 07/16/2014

If your body digests more poisons than it can handle because you don't have enough magnesium and potassium in your system to bind and excrete the poisons, it tells your body to make fat and store the poisons until it can get enough magnesium and potassium. It will do this even if you need energy from your food, giving you fat instead of energy. Lipomas are unnatural fat. I'd rather take magnesium and potassium than lose energy, get fat and lipomas. Also I won't eat the animal fat that stores the poisons of the rats and snakes that they eat.

Replied by David

Has any one tried magnesium? I was doing some research and I came across some lady saying her doctor told her that she was low on magnesium/deficiency. The doctor told her to take 1500mg of mag a day. In about a week her lipomas went away. She said when she stopped taking them they came back. Wonder if it relates to magnesium deficiency. I also have lipomas and I was healthy. I played sports and always worked out tremendously. All the talk with alcohol and causing lipomas isn't true bc I had lipomas and I never drank alcohol, just to throw that out there.

Replied by Carolyn
(Hamilton, On)

I have a Lipoma on my low back, over the coccyx area. It has been there since a toboggan accident, when I was 18, 50 years ago. I have always had sciatic problems. but a year ago I had an MRI, had to lay on my back, the pressure on that area was excruciating, my legs went numb and I had difficulty getting up off the table and could hardly move for at least 10 minutes. I still have a lot of nerve pain in that area. I am wondering if it is from the Lipoma. I have done a lot of ice treatments as well as castor oil packs over the years but this hasn't seemed to have made a difference. My doctor has been injecting a homeopathic remedy(they actually use this remedy for race horses) and lidocaine in the sacroiliac joints (which is right close to this Lipoma) because there is arthritis. I started to take serrapetase and curcumin about 2 weeks ago, I hope to see a difference soon. Can I take the apple cider vinegar & water with a bit of honey? I have done in the past and will start it again if I can use some honey in it, I don't think I could do it with out. My diet is healthy, no sugar, wheat or dairy very little grains...lots of vegetables, some fruits some protein from chicken, fish, eggs occasionally. No drugs.