Every now and then you hear the story of a healthy, athletic person going on a job and dropping dead from a heart attack. Now how can that be possible?
It might sound strange, but exercise can kill you. When you exercise, your body needs more energy. And to make that energy, your body needs magnesium because magnesium is the mineral that transports glucose and oxygen into the mitochondria of your cell to make energy.
If you don't have enough magnesium, you can't take that energy-making combination of oxygen and glucose into the cell, into the mitochondria to be used. So that means that that glucose continues to circulate in your body causing damage to your arteries because that glucose is a toxin. And if it's not processed immediately as an energy tool, then you end up doing irreparable damage.
Dr. Bens & John look back at the stories they have heard over the years, why you need an instant pot, why athletes are getting COVID-19, and the best prevention methods and products to help you healthy enough to exercise in an optimal way.