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Monday, February 4, 2013 at 04:57AM
You likely need magnesium. It's almost impossible to get enough in our diets so we need to supplement. Mag deficiency contributes to plantar fasciitis. Without enough magnesium, the calcium in our bodies can be absorbed and gets pushed into the soft tissues and this can contribute to PF.
It may not take all the pain away but in time, it should help. You want to use a quality form like magnesium malate. The malic acid in magnesium malate is very beneficial for athletes too.
Have you tried doing Epsom salt foot soaks? Or spray your feet with magnesium oil? This is a way to get magnesium into your body and also localized areas.
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