I was reading an article about RLS in the Natural Grocers monthly magazine. I got rid of my RLS by simply switching to Real Salt and by using it liberally. Whenever my legs start to feel weird (if you have RLS you know what I mean) I put some Real Salt in water and take it as a supplement. Really.
Magnesium is also a well-known help for RLS. However, I've noticed that when I take too much magnesium my RLS gets worse. Maybe for me it's a more delicate balance of trace minerals and such. I feel that way with ConcenTrace too but it works wonders for other people. So, even though I use ConcenTrace sparingly, we definitely use it as a family with good results.
Anyway, what really surprised me was the iron mentioned in the article. These are the recommendations they mentioned:
Read the whole article here and, no, I am NOT affiliated with them at all. I'm just sharing info that I hope might be helpful to someone.