The same issues, same symptoms, and many of them are very, very familiar.
So I point out, this symptom you are talking about is what I had when my magnesium was low, perhaps you could consider taking some magnesium. Person replies, I take magnesium, I take the full RDA, so that cannot be it.
Well, wait. I think that is still it. You are showing signs of low magnesium. And you don't understand the RDA.
The RDA, or Recommended Daily Allowance, is a guideline of how much the human body needs of a specific vitamin, mineral, protein, fat, etc. What most people DON'T know is these 2 key pieces of information that make such a HUGE difference.
- The RDA is a MINIMUM not a maximum. The maximum is called UL for Upper Limit. So RDA is the bare minimum so you don't die, not the optimal amount to feel good and not have problems.
- The RDA is for healthy individuals at their perfect weight.
from the site, "reference values used to plan and assess nutrient intakes of healthy people" (my emphasis)