Magnesium for the Brain
When it comes to brain health, Magtein® is pioneering the industry. They have found one of the newest breakthroughs in supplement brain support ingredients, and the research they have done/are doing is next-level. They are following the same research steps that you commonly see only in the pharmaceutical industry.
Recently discovered by a group of MIT researchers, magnesium-l-threonate (Magtein®) is the first form of magnesium that has significant bioavailability in the brain, with no gastrointestinal discomfort. Magnesium has been implicated in many of the brain functions including learning abilities, working memory, and both short- and long-term memory. Prior to the discover of Magtein®, increasing brain magnesium levels has always been a challenge.
In an impressive effort to research the products potential effectiveness, Magtein® has already published 3 animal-model studies, and has recently completed its first human safety and efficacy study (awaiting publication). The animal model studies have shown impressive results:
Published in Neuron, one of the top-three scientific neurology journals in the world, Magtein® was shown to uniquely increase brain magnesium levels and improve brain function in animals. This article was published in January 2010 by a group of scientists at MIT, including a Nobel Prize Laureate. They showed that by increasing the brain’s magnesium level, Magtein® could increase learning ability, working memory, and short- and long-term memory in young and aged animals.