WASHINGTON – Between 1917 and 2017, there were an estimated 200 million deaths from war.
Yet, according to scientists, a simple, inexpensive mineral supplement added with water to the diet of the world’s population could save the lives of 450 million people from heart attacks and strokes.
It’s not a new discovery.
In fact, as early as 1977 – 40 years ago – the National Academy of Science reported that the combination of magnesium and water would prevent 150,000 U.S. deaths from strokes and heart attacks per year. In 2013, another researcher found the simple formula would prevent 4.5 million deaths worldwide.