Magnesium, is it Magnesium RBC or Magnesium Serum, if it is magnesium serum it’s irrelevant. And RBC Magnesium should be minimum of 6mg/dL not between 1.4 to 2.2 this is not accurate and these numbers are testing 1% of the total body. Let’s just assume you are deficient, because these issues are related as well, so Magnesium Chloride should be added as a supplement to saturate your cells fully
Some adjustment, as certain foods do conflict from based what I’ve seen going over your messages;
Discontinue oatmeal in the morning and chia seeds and flaxseed and fruits, this will turn on the spike of insulin, causing deficiencies in trace minerals and magnesium, instead have; Avocado, with an egg or two. Keep it simple and no sugars or fiber that activates insulin too early
Lunch looks excellent
And dinner as well, and you can also add berries and other simple carbs with your LAST MEAL only, therefore we can take advantage of insulin to repair.
AFIB, is the cause of mineral deficiency and imbalances in potassium, calcium and magnesium
Magnesium Chloride should be saturated by taking 20 drops in 1 cup of water, that is a total of 140mg, every 3hrs, until you hit saturation, and the way you hit saturation is when you experience soft stool.
For example, let’s say you are taking 4 doses a day of 140mg, and within 10 weeks, you notice soft stool on your 4th dose, therefore , moving forward now you are down to 3 doses per day, and continue for many weeks to come, and if you notice a soft stool at 3 doses, now moving forward you will only use 2 doses per day, and that would be your ideal magnesium intake daily.