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L-Threonate

A metabolite of vitamin C that may have unique effects in the body, it is currently being researched for use as a mineral chelating agent able to greatly enhance bioavailability of minerals (such as Magnesium-L-Threonate).

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Summary of L-Threonate

Primary information, health benefits, side effects, usage, and other important details

L-Threonate is a metabolite of vitamin C that is currently being investigated for some vitamin C-like properties as well as its ability to greatly enhance mineral uptake.

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How to Take

Medical Disclaimer

Recommended dosage, active amounts, other details

Not enough information is known at this time to suggest an optimal dose of L-Threonate in isolation.

Mineral chelations of L-Threonate should be dosed according to the active mineral content of the chelation.

Things to Note

Also Known As

L-Threonic Acid

Do Not Confuse With

L-Theanine

Goes Well With

  • Dietary minerals as chelations

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