Dr. Liu received his Ph.D. in Physiological Sciences from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1990. He completed post-doctoral scientific training at Stanford University and held faculty positions at the Picower Institute of Learning and Memory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Tsinghua University. He is a world-renowned expert in synaptic physiology, learning, memory, and emotional control.
The effect of Magtein on cognitive ability was evaluated in four major domains: executive function, working memory, attention and episodic memory. Significant improvements were observed in each of these domains and Magtein was shown to reduce the affects of the aging brain by nine years.*
Magtein has been shown to be the only magnesium compound effective in significantly increasing magnesium concentrations in the brain, and thus improving learning capacity, short- and long-term memory, working memory and synaptic connections in individuals of all ages.* When compared with other magnesium forms, Magtein is the only one shown to effectively enter the brain with higher brain bioavailability.*
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 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.*