L–Threonate for cell penetration, neuro, PTSD, AHDH and cell health,focus
Makers claim that magnesium L–Threonate can penetrate the cell wall, making it incredibly absorbable. This form is able to permeate the brain and enhance the receptors that are responsible for memory and learning. This makes it especially good for neurological issues, brain injuries, depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
What is the Difference between L-Threonine and L-Theanine?
Both L-Threonine and L-Theanine are amino acids, and they are easily confused because their names only differ by a couple of letters. Even vitamin shop clerks confuse them and can bring you l-theanine powder instead of l-threonine capsules or vice versa. Below I’ve listed the main differences between l-threonine and l-theanine.
L-threonine is an amino acid typically found in meat (especially heart, skeletal muscles) and in the nervous system. You shouldn’t confuse it with L-theanine, an amino acid found uniquely in green tea, which is a very different substance.
What Does L-Threonine Do?
L-Threonine is a precursor of glycine synthesis in the spinal cord and is essential for a healthy nervous system.
The supplement plays an important role in the formation of collagen and elastin. When combined with l-aspartic acid and l-methionine, L-threonine supports liver function through its lipotropic action, which removes body fat. L-threonine also helps control the activity of nervous system.