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. Furthermore, 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.

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