Effectively crosses the blood-brain barrier improving brain health.
Simply put MAGTEIN (Magnesium L Threonate) adds value to people’s lives. MAGTEIN has the ability to increase the brains working cognition and performance. Because people can process things better, think clearly, sharp and more precise, decisions can be made with greater attention to detail - the fog is lifted.
For some people stress can be the biggest obstacle when starting the day or even making though a week. Life’s responsibilities can begin to mount and when the brain can’t process certain emotions or triggers it can become overwhelming. MAGTEIN (Magnesium L Threonate) helps the brain operate in a more pragmatic way so compartmentalizing some of these things becomes more manageable.
How many times have you headed out the door, jumped in your car got halfway down the road only to realize you had forgotten something. Have you ever forgot someone’s name as they are walking towards you, or maybe you have forgotten a password you use daily. Taking MAGTEIN (Magnesium L Threonate) isn't a guarantee you won’t ever lose those keys again but MAGTEIN can help give your brain the best environment possible so you can recall where you last placed them faster.
Magtein® (Magnesium L Threonate) was built on more than a decade of research by inventor Dr. Liu, a former MIT professor. Magtein® is a revolutionary magnesium product that crosses the blood-brain barrier and supports improved cognitive functions.
Magtein (Magnesium L Threonate) was evaluated in a series of cognitive tests within four major domains of the brain: executive function, working memory, attention and episodic memory. All areas showed a significant improvement at 6 and 12 weeks.*
Magtein (Magnesium L Threonate) has been shown to significantly increase magnesium concentrations in the brain, improving learning capacity, short- and long-term memory, working memory and synaptic connections in individuals of all ages.*
Studies suggest long-term elevation of brain magnesium can help enhance synaptic plasticity in brain regions involved with stress and mood.* In-vivo data suggests Magtein (Magnesium L Threonate) may support coping abilities to stressful events and support emotional responses to fear and anxiety.*
According to The American Institute of Stress: About 33 percent of people report feeling extreme stress. 77 percent of people experience stress that affects their physical health. 73 percent of people have stress that impacts their mental health.*