Neuro-Mag® Magnesium L-Threonate
Neuro-Mag® Magnesium L-Threonate supports healthy memory and cognitive ability by keeping in balance magnesium levels in the brain. Magnesium is essential cofactor for over 300 different biochemical reactions in the body — from cardiovascular and bone health support to energy metabolism, mood, and most especially cognitive function. Magnesium is required for energy production, oxidative phosphorylation, and glycolysis. It contributes to the structural development of bone and is required for the synthesis of DNA, RNA, and the antioxidant glutathione. Magnesium also plays a role in the active transport of calcium and potassium ions across cell membranes, a process that is important to nerve impulse conduction, muscle contraction, and normal heart rhythm. Here are some of the reasons why you should take this supplement in more detail:
1. Magnesium and your Heart
A known fact is that Lecithin plays a big role in regulation of cholesterol level in our body. This amino acid is synthesized by the enzyme which contains vitamin B6 – the one that is activated by magnesium.
French doctors have prescribed magnesium lactate and vitamin B6 for the patients with heart and blood vessels disease which had increased level of cholesterol. After a month many of them have shown a decrease in cholesterol level and their heart pains were less frequent.
The walls of our blood vessels consist of muscle tissue. Magnesium stabilizes the blood pressure with its ability to relax our muscles.
The patients with stenocardia that take magnesium sulfate experience somewhat decrease in the chest pressure, their cardio rhythm also stabilizes.
2. Magnesium and Diabetes
The adults with diabetes often show the deficiency of magnesium, especially those who have to take insulin. Magnesium plays a big role in insulin excretion from pancreas, thus regulating the blood sugar level. When you lack this mineral in your body, the risk of complications associated with diabetes (such as problems with heart, blood vessels and eyes) increases.
To determine if you have enough magnesium in your system you should take 1000 mg of this mineral as well as 1500 mg of calcium every day in the period of 1 month. You should experience some improvement in your blood sugar level regulation, your blood pressure should stabilize and you have to become less fatigued. Then you should lower the dose of magnesium up to 500 mg/day and calcium to 1000 mg/day.
3. Magnesium and stress
Unexplainable anxiety, increased irritancy, frustration – all these conditions can be linked to the magnesium deficiency. It’s a good habit to drink a cup of hot cacao with the ¼ tea spoon of magnesium in the morning. Taking supplements in the form of Magnesium L-Threonate is a great option too.
4. Magnesium and chronic fatigue
Canadian researches were conducting a test on the group of 100 adult men with complaints about unexplainable chronic fatigue, decreased libido and lack of life interests. They were given 500 mg of magnesium sulfate in half glass of water every morning and evening. After 10 days 87 people were feeling much better. The fatigue has disappeared, their will to live came back, and their mood improved, as well as their sleep and appetite.
5. Magnesium and renal gravel
The intake of 300 mg of magnesium in the course of 1 moth (as well as 10 mg of vitamin B6) leads to the partial (and sometimes even complete) dissolve of renal gravel. This is a very inexpensive treatment that doesn’t grant you any side-effects and is well tolerated by your body. Of course, magnesium, combined with vitamin B6 is a great preventive measure from renal gravel occurrence in the first place.
As you can see the health benefits of magnesium cannot be overestimated. The suggested daily dose of three Neuro-Mag Magnesium L-Threonate capsules provides 2,000 mg of magnesium L-threonate. While this supplies a modest 144 mg of elemental magnesium, its superior absorption into the bloodstream and nervous system make it a preferred supplemental choice.