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L-Threonate Magnesium
Product Name:
L-Threonate Magnesium
No. :
778571-57-6
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Product Description:

Product Name: Bis[(2R,3S)-2,3,4-trihydroxybutanoato-alphaO,alphaO']magnesium
Synonyms: Bis[(2R,3S)-2,3,4-trihydroxybutanoato-alphaO,alphaO']magnesium;L-Threonic acid magnesium salt;Magnesium (2R,3S)-2,3,4-trihydroxybutanoate;Magnesium L-threonate;L-Threonate Magnesium
CAS: 778571-57-6
MF: C8H14MgO10
MW: 294.49576 

What is Magnesium L-Threonate?
Magnesium deficiency afflicts a large percentage of the human population; American women in particular only consume 68% of the recommended amount of magnesium per day This is a problem because magnesium is a key nutrient for ensuring that the brain operates at maximum capacity. This compound is able to influence memory and learning by enhancing synaptic plasticity

Magnesium deficiency, on the other hand, is associated with memory impairment, slower recovery after brain trauma, and accelerated aging within the brain.Magnesium is also notoriously difficult to elevate within the brain, even with direct supplementation.

Thankfully, researchers at MIT discovered that Magnesium L-Threonate is able to maximize the amount of magnesium your brain can absorb Not only that, researchers noted Magnesium L-Threonate improved both short term and long term memory

Magnesium L-Threonate Benefits
The primary benefit of Magnesium L-Threonate is an improvement in memory. It is able to enhance synaptic density and plasticity as well as increase the overall number of neurotransmitter release sites within the brain

This supplement is also able to improve spatial memory. In one rat study, working memory improved by 13% after 24 days of taking Magneisum L-Threonate After 30 days of supplementation, aged rats were able to perform at the same level as their younger counterparts

This means that while this supplement is able to enhance cognitive function in both youthful and aged subjects, it improved more so for the elderly. In fact, aged rats saw an improvement rate of 19%, which is significant when compared to the 13% improvement in younger rats Given that elderly populations are more likely to be afflicted with memory loss, this supplement carries powerful implications for aging individuals.