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Lithium


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Supplement Facts  
Serving Size 1 vegetarian capsule  
Amount Per Serving  
Lithium (as lithium orotate) 1000 mcg
Other ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable cellulose (capsule).

Non-GMO
 
Supports brain health and longevity

Lithium is a trace mineral that supports healthy cognitive function, brain health, and possibly even longevity. This supplement contains 1000 micrograms of this health-promoting nutrient.

Overview

Trace mineral lithium has traditionally been used for mood health support. Our Lithium 1000 mcg uses a much lower dose than what you would take for those traditional reasons. So why should you take a lithium supplement? Because this nutrient promotes neuronal health, already-healthy brain glucose metabolism, and cognitive function—all absolutely essential elements of a happy, healthy life.
 
Lithium encourages healthy clearance of proteins that can affect cognition and memory—as well as the process for clearing cellular debris.

Lithium 1000 mcg Benefits
  • Promotes brain health and function at the cellular level
  • Encourages natural process for clearing proteins from the brain
  • Supports already-healthy brain glucose levels
  • May help maintain DNA health and longevity

Lithium and Longevity

Recent studies indicate that lithium may help support longevity. This is because some evidence indicates a correlation between long-term high-dose lithium supplementation and healthy telomere length. Telomeres are the “endcaps” of our DNA strands that protect our delicate chromosomes—but they get shorter as time goes on. So the longer you keep your telomeres healthy, the better your chances of keeping your DNA healthy.
Lithium
100 capsules
Item # 02403
 
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Lithium and Cognitive Health

Lithium helps maintain youthful, healthy cognition and memory by inhibiting normal, age-related changes in the brain—and can even help protect brain function in healthy individuals. Here’s how:

A healthy brain naturally creates certain types of proteins. These proteins can end up affecting cognition and memory—so your brain has natural, built-in processes for removing them.  But this clearing process declines over time as part of normal aging. When that happens, these proteins can begin to accumulate.

A Bodyguard for Your Brain

Preclinical studies indicate that lithium helps support the breakdown of these accumulated brain proteins and promotes the brain’s normal process for clearing cellular debris from your brain cells.

Lithium also helps protect your brain’s neurons (this is called a neuroprotective effect). It does so by inhibiting an enzyme called glycogen synthase kinase-3, or simply GSK3. This enzyme is involved in many different kinds of cellular functions—one of which happens to be the way your brain metabolizes glucose, or blood sugar. So lithium may help maintain already-healthy cerebral glucose metabolism.

Lithium and a Healthy Life Span

While nothing is certain, lithium may be a great addition to your longevity regimen as well. The reason possibly has to do with telomeres, an emerging indicator for lifespan and cellular vitality. Telomeres cap the outside ends of our chromosomes and protect our DNA from deterioration—think of them as the little plastic or metal endcaps on a pair of shoelaces.

Every time a cell replicates, those endcaps get shorter—and eventually, telomeres become too short to do their job. So the theory is that the longer you can maintain long, healthy telomeres, the better your chances of a robust lifespan are going to be.

Why Lithium: Research has observed that some people on long-term, high-dose lithium regimens have longer-than-expected telomeres. And one study found that lithium levels found in tap water (much lower doses) were modestly associated with human mortality and lifespan. There’s also some evidence that lithium may inhibit cellular senescence—a natural part of aging where cells no longer function optimally—as well as help promote healthy circadian rhythms.