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Mg Deficiency in the Pathogenesis
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Selected works of Dr. Burton M. Altura, and Dr. Bella T. Altura, noted magnesium researchers

This is the Home Page of Dr. Burton M. Altura and Dr. Bella T. Altura, donated as a public service by Paul Mason. Their more than forty years of research has established them as some of the world's foremost magnesium researchers. You can jump to any of their articles below.


Book Review - Please Read

Paul the Mg Librarian says, "My friend Dr. Bella Altura and her husband Dr. Burton Altura are perhaps the most famous magnesium researchers in the world, and are Co-Presidents of my Magnesium For Health Foundation, which funds this Magnesium Library.

Bella wrote a Memoir, that begins:

"I was born in a small town in Germany at the wrong time in history, the beginning of the Nazi era." Altura recalls how one early November evening, about forty Schutztaffel men break down the door of their home, destroy all their belongings, and drag her father out onto the street where they proceed to beat him nearly to death. He is then placed in a prison cell before being shipped off to Dachau concentration camp. That traumatic experience, the first of several Altura would soon endure, marked the end of her childhood, just two weeks after her seventh birthday; and signified the beginning of ten agonizing years of surviving the Holocaust. More fortunate than most, however, her family is ultimately reunited and immigrate to "golden America." Shortly after settling in the United States, her mother-the family's saving grace-succumbs to brain cancer, leaving Altura in profound sadness. After a painful past, she finally finds a sense of purpose and fulfillment working in a lab where she meets her future husband, Burt, who introduces her to the joys of living." 

Bella goes on to describe her wonderful career in Magnesium Research, which she wants to continue if she can get funding. 

So please do yourself a favor, and do the world a favor, and buy Bella's inspiring and memorable memoir, "Golden America", available for $14.95 from

Bella has also come out with a new book a few days ago to SAVE AMERICA, titled  "What Difference Does It Make?"   which is also available from for $14.

As I write this, Bella and her husband Burt are facing Hurricane
Irma, which is set to strike their home in Florida in 48 hours.

Please PRAY for them, and buy Bella's books.

God Bless You, from Paul the Mg Librarian

All articles are copyrighted, and permission is granted to Web users only to make single hard copies for personal use. Additional reprints should be obtained from the originating journals. Excerpts may be used by the media with attribution to Dr.B. M. Altura or Dr. B. T. Altura..

Most recent update December 18, 2011
This page was first uploaded to The Magnesium Web Site on December 18, 2011