Amino acid-bound magnesium capsules, capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier
The cutting edge in magnesium supplements, Magnesium L-Threonate is specially formulated for superior absorption of this vital mineral. Low levels of magnesium in the brain have been linked to a higher risk of cognitive impairment and mood disorders. Emerging research has shown that Magnesium L-Threonate has a unique ability to cross the blood-brain barrier, for effective delivery to the central nervous system. Enrich your health with a uniquely formulated premium magnesium!
ENHANCE YOUR ROUTINE
- Superior absorption
- Supports healthy magnesium levels
- Best form of magnesium to reach the brain
- Helps with energy and metabolism
- Aids in maintaining proper muscle function, including the heart
- Helps to maintain normal electrolyte balance
- Provides relaxation support to body and mind
- No digestive discomfort
Do you find your memory is starting to slip? Not feeling like your chipper self? Magnesium L-Threonate might be your ticket to sharpness! Learn more in “The Science” below.
HOW TO USE
- Take 1 capsule 1-3 times a day, with a full glass of water.
- Can be taken with or without food.
MAGNESIUM L-THREONATE 50mg 90 vcaps
Magnesium is a mineral which is essential for the functioning of your body. It is found in muscles and soft tissues like the heart and brain, and extra is stored in bones and teeth (which also keeps them strong, and keeps calcium in proper balance). Magnesium is involved in hundreds of roles, including energy production, nutrient metabolism, producing DNA, regulating blood sugar, balancing mood, relaxing the body and mind, controlling electrical charges across muscles and nerves and over six hundred enzyme reactions. It also acts as an electrolyte, keeping pH levels balanced and water flowing across cell membranes. Sounds pretty important, indeed!
Like mentioned, magnesium is essential which means we don’t make it, but need to intake it from our diet or supplements. Magnesium is rich in plant foods, especially those high in chlorophyll. Chlorophyll, the substance that gives plants their green-ness, is essentially ‘plant blood’ and is high in magnesium. Seaweeds, dark leafy vegetables, fruits and veg, nuts, seeds, legumes and whole grains are all great sources. But magnesium is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies – over 35% of Canadians aren’t getting the estimated average requirement of magnesium from their diet. This is due to a lack of whole, fresh foods in the diet, along with other factors like poor digestion, taking certain medications, the intake of caffeine, alcohol, sugar and cigarettes, and a lack of magnesium in the soil due to nutrient-depleting farming practices. This leaves our body low in the mineral that is involved in so many vital jobs. No wonder we’re not feeling optimal!
Many of the functions listed above involve magnesium’s role in relaxing various systems in the body. Think of something stressful – everything gets tense, right? Well it’s magnesium that allows all those cells and tissues to relax. This goes for your muscles and heart, as well as digestive tract and nervous system. These areas are supposed to get tense when you are in danger, to allow you to run away or fight. But because we’ve added so many more stresses to the plate, and get stressed over so many things that are less than life-threatening, modern-day humans are staying in their fight/flight/freeze mode of their nervous system more often. This leads to a higher overall need for magnesium. Less going in, more required. We might be in trouble!
Supplementation can help to make up for this imbalance. Magnesium L-Threonate has been studied for its ability to improve memory and brain function. It is highly absorbable, and can cross the blood brain barrier (unlike other forms), having a greater effect on the brain cells, memory and the central nervous system. It has been shown to increase short and long term memory.