Enhancement of Learning and Memory by Elevating Brain Magnesium
Inna Slutsky,3,6,7 Nashat Abumaria,1,7 Long-Jun Wu,5 Chao Huang,1 Ling Zhang,1 Bo Li,1 Xiang Zhao,1 Arvind Govindarajan,2,3,4 Ming-Gao Zhao,5 Min Zhuo,5 Susumu Tonegawa,2,3,4 and Guosong Liu1,3,4,* Center for Learning and Memory, School of Medicine, Tsinghua University 2Howard Hughes Medical Institute 3Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences 4Department of Biology Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 5Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON M5S 1A8, Canada6Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, 7These authors contributed equally to this work
Conclusion: Only 32% of Americans met the RDA-DRI criteria for daily Mg.. One might speculate that inadequate Mg2+ intake might impair cognitive function and lead to faster deterio-ration of memory during aging in human. ...†
Magnesium Enhances Exercise Performance via Increasing Glucose Availability in the Blood, Muscle, and Brain during Exercise
Hsuan-Ying Chen1,2., Fu-Chou Cheng2,3., Huan-Chuan Pan4, Jaw-Cheng Hsu5, Ming-Fu Wang1*
1 Department of Food and Nutrition, Providence University,2 Stem Cell Center, Department of Medical Research, General Hospital, Taichung, 3 Department of Applied Chemistry, Providence University 4 Department of Neurosurgery, Taichung, Veterans General Hospital, Taichung 5 Department of Applied Cosmetology & Graduate Institute of Cosmetic Science, HungKuang University.
CONCLUSION: Our data demonstrate that Mg possibly enables the provision of an adequate glucose source by increasing glucose availability and facilitating the clearance of lactate.†
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