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Top Magnesium Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Magnesium L-Threonate (MgT) is a formulation of Magnesium combined with L-Threonic that is said to have greater bioavailability. Magnesium is a co-factor in more than 300 enzymatic reactions in the human body, but 57% of the US population is deficient in this mineral. READ MORE...USED FOR: General Health, Memory, Cognitive Function, Focus, ADHD, Energy, Athletic Performance, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Insomnia, Restless Leg Syndrome, Cardiovascular Health, Detoxification, Constipation and more.MECHANISM: Plays a role in regulating diverse biochemical reactions, including protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, energy metabolism, bone growth, cardiovascular function, blood glucose regulation, sleep, mood and more.DOSAGE: 200 - 500 mg per day.SIDE EFFECTS: Rated Likely Safe for oral use at appropriate dosages. Excessive dosages may cause thirst, low blood pressure, drowsiness, muscle weakness, slow reflexes and changes in heart rhythym.INTERACTIONS: Aminoglycoside Antibiotics, Anti-Coagulant Drugs, Bisphosphonates, Calcium Channel Blockers, Digoxin, Potassium-Sparing Diuretics, Quinolone Antibiotics, Skeletal Muscle Relaxants, Sulfonylureas or Tetracycline Antibiotics. May interact with supplements that affect platelet aggregation, Boron, Calcium, Vitamin D and Zinc.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: Choline, Inositol, Iodine, Magnesium, Methylcobalamin, Niacin, Thiamine, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6Top Magnesium Supplements
- Supports learning and memory
- Reduces stress & anxiety response
- Improves sleep quality & Restless Leg Syndrome
ami me interesa el L-Treonato de magnesio tres en vases mas la vitamina B12, B6.
Dígame el precio total
When you speak of “Magnesium L-Threonate Reviews, Benefits, Saftey and Doses” in the heading, do you mean ‘Safety’?
Thanks for pointing out my typo! I have fixed it now – much appreciated :).
I have been diagnosed with a low platelet count—55-70 range. Does Magnesium L-Threonate contribute to this issue as a side effect?
Thanks for your question. I haven’t come across any case reports discussing low platelet count in people using Magnesium L-threonate supplements. Magnesium is known to have an effect on platelet count. Specifically, in one rat research study, a low-magnesium diet was found to increase platelet count: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2232716
Under the supervision from a doctor, it may be recommended to stop taking your Magnesium L-Threonate supplement and see if your platelet count increases as a result.
james.i have short term memory loss .do you think Magnesium L-Threonate will help?
What is the best time of day to take Magnesium L-Threonate?
I think it’s good to announce what else to take with L-Threonate. As Magnesium uses or complements other nutrients .. to prevent depletion… I think Calcium was listed. Anything else?
Eu tomo centram para mais de 50 queria saber se posso juntar magnésio threonate junto obrigado queria resposta pra eucomecar a tomar obrigado
Standard magnesium dosages for adults are generally accepted to be 400 mg per day for men and 300 mg per day for women.
For some people, very large doses of magnesium (over 350 mg per day) can lead to very low blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, and intense brain fog.
400 mg standard but over 350 mg is a very large dose?
I have a bottle of magnesium l threonate and ir says to take three capsules daily.Each capsule contains 144 mg of magnesium and 2000mg of magnesium theronate!
What is the correct dose i should take?
Is it safe for a 6 year old to take this. He is autistic and has 15q 11.2 microdeletion, 2 of the missing genes, nipa1 and nipa 2 are magnesium transporters. He has been having 1 500mg capsule a day for the last 5 weeks, and we have seen a massive improvement in his behaviour, he’s less angry much calmer and has more concentration. Is it safe? I have asked doctors her in the UK and no one can give me an answer! Thankyou kathy
Thanks for asking your question – unfortunately I haven’t been able to find an answer for you. There has not been any research conducted on Magnesium L-Threonate in children. Given the existing medical diagnosis, there is always a possibility for an unexpected drug/disease interaction which is why consulting with a doctor who is knowledgeable about supplements is the best way to go.
The manufacturers of the proprietary Magtein supplement do not specify whether it is appropriate for children, but there are anecdotal reports of people giving it to children.
Someone else asked this question, but no response posted – what is best time to take mag l-theronate? Since it helps with sleep, should it only be taken at night?