Power of Magna RX

Magna RX is a powerful supplement for men. I love to incorporate all the cruciferous vegetables. What I mean by cruciferous is things like cauliflower, broccoli, kale, arugula, my absolute favorite Bok Choy. The reason why I love them is for a couple of reasons. Number one, they are nutritionally much more superior, compared to any other vegetables. You’re talking about the nutritional density in the food

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Number two, they contain a substance called diindolylmethane. In other words, DIM, in short. DIM plays a big role in helping the liver detoxify us from estrogen, especially those harmful estrogenic metabolites. This also supports the liver. So that’s another point about the liver.

A lot of people with thyroid conditions are very scared of cruciferous vegetables, which is very unjustly. Learn more at https://erinjgz.wordpress.com/2016/08/15/the-power-of-magna-rx/and http://austingosser.bcz.com/2016/08/19/maga-rx-and-synthetic-supplements/

There’s just this thing where one blogger, whoever, has made that announcement, and then people just copy and paste that information from each other. And then there’s this fear—based myth around it. And I don’t think we should be juicing raw kale everyday and be drinking that because some people do that and they do develop a thyroid problem.

But as long as you sautee them or even steam them lightly for three or four minutes, the goiterous properties will go away. You’re actually in really good hands. And, in fact, the conversion of T4 to T3 hormone can be inhibited by estrogen dominance. Here you have a thyroid problem and you’re eliminating all the cruciferous vegetables because you are so scared of the thyroid. Actually you are doing yourself a disservice by doing that.

We can also cook some greens just to eat with a fork, the old fashioned Way, at breakfast, right, too.

Absolutely. In fact, whenever I get really busy, one of the things that I will do is I will take whatever is the vegetable, like a broccoli, and then just steam it for just four or five minutes. I always have, in the fridge, different types of dressings that I make myself so it doesn’t get boring. Simple dressings like the Italian dressing, which is just olive oil and lemon and balsamic vinegar and salt. Pour that over the steamed vegetables. Learn more at http://alphaguys.weebly.com/blog/magna-rx-and-other-supplementsI could have it either with a bowl of rice, if I keep that in the fridge, or some leftover piece of chicken or fish or whatever. That’s such a super quick and delicious lunch to go. In salads, in soups, stew, how ever you like to prepare them. One tip I want to mention, a lot of times people have a salad base, they will used baby spinach or they will use lettuce. Lettuce, nutritionally, on a scale of nutritional density, lettuce is actually really weak. And there isn’t a lot in it. Drop the lettuce. It’s so tasteless that you need to put a lot of either sugar or stuff in it in order to make the whole salad tasty. Spinach is fine, but then people do it every day, and that’s high in oxalates, and they start having kidney problems.

So rotate your food. Don’t do the same thing everyday. What I would recommend to do is to incorporate some wonderful things like baby arugula, or mixed greens which has got mizuna in it and other green, leafy vegetables. I think it’s a better option than just doing lettuce or spinach.


Robin Patterson