Fix Mitral Valve Prolapse with this ONE Mineral

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Find out about the #1 nutrient deficiency that could be contributing to your mitral valve prolapse symptoms.

More videos on the First Symptom of Magnesium Deficiency (Tetany):


0:00 Introduction: What is mitral valve prolapse?
0:47 Mitral valve prolapse symptoms
1:16 Hypomagnesemia and mitral valve prolapse
2:38 Magnesium deficiency and heart health
4:11 Magnesium for mitral valve repair
5:39 Things that deplete magnesium

Today, we’re going to talk about the #1 nutrient deficiency involved with mitral valve prolapse syndrome. If you have mitral valve prolapse, your heart valves are not opening and closing correctly.

Mitral valve prolapse causes floppy, leaky valves that are large and bulging. This bulging, displaced tissue is called prolapse, which leads to inefficient heart pumping.

Mitral valve prolapse symptoms include weakness, fatigue, palpitations, anxiety, and shortness of breath. It’s often described as idiopathic, which means it has no known cause. Mitral valve prolapse is generally treated with beta-blockers or a calcium channel blocker.

In a double-blind study, 141 subjects with mitral valve prolapse were compared to 40 healthy subjects. Sixty percent of the mitral valve prolapse group had magnesium deficiency compared to only 5% of the healthy subjects.

Low magnesium leads to high adrenaline. It also accelerates the aging of the fibroblast cell, which helps you make collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. As we age, the fibroblast cell is very important for our skin, ligaments, tendons, and valves.

One of the first signs of magnesium deficiency is tetany. Surprisingly, 85% of people with mitral valve prolapse have tetany!

Don’t just rely on the RDA if you’re deficient in magnesium. Try taking 400 mg 2 to 3 times a day, working up to this amount slowly. Also, ensure you’re getting enough vitamin D. Magnesium won’t work without vitamin D!

Avoid sugar and refined carbs because they significantly decrease magnesium.

It takes years for a magnesium deficiency to show up and it can take up to a year to correct. Try magnesium glycinate to increase your magnesium levels over time.

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, age 59, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book "The Healthy Keto Plan" and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients, so he can focus on educating people as a full-time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose, and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps you understand how increasing magnesium may help improve mitral valve prolapse. I’ll see you in the next video.

39 responses to “Fix Mitral Valve Prolapse with this ONE Mineral”

  1. I was diagnosed with MVP at a young age. For many years, it was required that I take antibiotics anytime I went to the dentist for a cleaning. Then several years ago, the requirement to take an antibiotic just disappeared. I regret taking them.

  2. Omgosh!!! I was diagnosed with MVP at age 18, I have been under the care of a cardiologist since, I am now 66. I had an ablation in 2002 and it’s helped my wacky, chaotic heartbeat mostly. But several years ago my heart started beating irregularly (significantly) again. So my Dr had me wear 24 hour heart monitor, again. I had 13,532 IRREGULAR heart beats in 24 hours, my Dr put me on beta blocker but it really didn’t make that big of a difference in the irregularity and it made me light headed so I quit taking it. My daughter read about Magnesium so I started taking it, 2 years later when I wore the heart monitor I had 98 irregular heartbeats!!!!! When my Dr called he said this is remarkable, the beta blocker is doing its job to which I replied I am not taking that I am taking magnesium! There was a silent pause and then he said, we’ll keep doing it! But it doesn’t stop there, he started listening harder for the click, it was getting fainter!!!
    Btw… I do take vitamin D3 but recently ordered your Vit D3 combo!
    Thank you for sharing your knowledge!

  3. Textbook description of my husband’s mitral valve / magnesium deficiency. He’s been supplementing magnesium for over a year now and doing great 😊

  4. Thanks… i figured this out myself, seriously, years ago. I started taking mag glycinate and it absolutely changed my life – it took many months but it was life changing.

    • @@TheSK1199 I took and still take 400 mg (two 200mg tablets). Curiously, I began taking alpha lipoic acid for neuropathy and wanted to make sure I was not taking too much and, because of my own work, I am familiar with research so I searched PubMed for info on alpha lipoic acid. I was struck by something else NOT related to alpha ipoic acid and nerve problems — a lot of pretty new research suggests alpha lipoic acid is beneficial for heart and even serious arrhythmias. I mentioned ithis to a cardiologist I know through my work and he said there was some mounting excitement about that … I am not a doctor and cannot give advice but I’m just saying if you have palpitations, MVP,etc.. you might want to do your own research or talk to your own doctor about taking magnesium ( many forms may upset stomach, glycinate won’t) and perhaps alpha lipoic acid.

  5. This is a lifesaving video to me. I was diagnosed with this a month ago. I bought Dr. Berg’s vit D3 with K2 and Magnesiym Glycinate and started taking it. This is a miracle to me and I will continue to take these products for a lifetime! Thank you Dr. Berg! Im going to share this video with my mom who has the same!

  6. Thank you Dr.Berg. I needed this. I was diagnosed with MVP last April 2023. You and your videos are such a blessing to us.

  7. This doctor needs to be cloned and put into every medical school to re-educate doctors with correct information about health.
    He is brilliant, and a gem of a person to anyone with common sense about how to improve their health in a sustained way.
    I just love learning from his simple to understand videos.. I respect this man immensely. 👍👍👍

    • There is NOT a lack of knowledge in the world, there is a lack of integrity which puts a strangle-hold on truth – In the end the goodness of Christ will prevail!

    • I second this!! Such a blessing to have him in this space to spread the goodness and the knowledge. We need more Bergs and less influencers lol

  8. Fascinating!! Even as a Cardiac Sonographer, I did not know this & will be curious to know the magnesium intake of my patients or if recommended. Sometimes I just see the posterior leaflet as I describe it as a “Mild Bowing without frank prolapse” and could very well mean they are just in lack of magnesium. Thank you!!

  9. I’ve been taking Magnesium for about 3 months now. I was getting very breathless, fatigued and had that annoying eye twitch. Over the past few days I’ve noticed I’m not so breathless so it looks like the Magnesium is beginning to work. I also take zinc and selenium. My fingernails are now much stronger. I don’t eat junk, over-processed food and make all our meals from scratch plus do all my own baking. I don’t like the weird chemicals put into store bought food. I was taught to cook and bake from a very early age. I even make my own chocolate and sweets (we call candies sweets in the UK). That way I know what’s in it and can regulate the amount of sugar myself as I don’t like anything that’s over sweet.

  10. I Mega Dosed Magnesium Citrate and Magnesium Glycinate for 2 years. Before I was able to reduce my intake, and now I’m bringing up Potassium. 60% of our Magnesium is stored in the bones, 20% in our muscles. It takes awhile for it to be absorbed. I was in pain for a decade, now I’m nearly pain free.

  11. My right eye has been twitching for about 6 months and now for the last two weeks, I’ve had heart palpitations and get out of breath during those. I’ve been monitoring it to make sure it doesn’t get worse, but hopefully this helps. If it does, this video came at the perfect time and is a blessing.

  12. Dr. Berg, would love to see you do a video about what’s going on in Canada right now with regard to the sale of supplements. It was covered in depth on The Highwire last week.

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