A unique magnesium supplement called Magtein® (magnesium L-threonate) has been shown to increase brain levels of magnesium and functional neuronal terminals compared to other magnesium supplements (including magnesium citrate, gluconate, malate and glycinate) in animal studies. Among the benefits:
Magtein® also has been shown to prevent synaptic loss and reverse cognitive deficits in Alzheimer’s disease animal models. In patients with cognitive impairment, Magtein® was shown to significantly improve overall cognitive ability and reverse the equivalent of 9 years of brain aging. Magtein® has also been shown to improve the MMSE score in patients with mild to moderate probable Alzheimer’s disease.
To learn more about Magtein® —including results in a study of patients with mild to moderate probable Alzheimer’s disease—download the informational PDF, available at no cost. You will also learn about: Magtein’s mechanism of action, the benefits it offers in six functional categories, its synergies with other ingredients, and the clinical support.