- Oxaloacetate is scientifically engineered to enhance cognitive function, support cell structure and inhibit the unwanted effects of premature aging due to environmental toxins.*
- Oxaloacetate helps maintain healthy neurons in your brain and nervous system by ensuring that there is no toxic build-up of glutamate.*
- Oxaloacetate may also work well to reduce inflammation and increase neurogenesis in the brain.*
- Oxaloacetate is thought to promote longevity due to being an intermediate of the Kreb’s cycle of energy production.*
- Recent case studies support the use of oxaloacetate as a nutritional supplement to help regulate blood glucose levels, potentially support longevity and protect the brain.
Modern Warrior Oxaloacetate acts as neuroprotective within the brain. Oxaloacetate appears to protect neurons from glutamatergic excitotoxicity (i.e. neurotoxicity) and simultaneously decrease neuroinflammation. Moreover, it has been shown to decrease brain damage stemming from ischemic attacks. In addition to oxaloacetate’s neuroprotective properties, there is preclinical evidence to suggest that it may significantly extend lifespan. It is theorized to extend lifespan as a result of increasing cellular energy and mimicking various biological benefits associated with caloric restriction (e.g. minimizing blood-glucose levels). As a result of its neurobiological mechanisms, Modern Warrior Oxaloacetate is a nutraceutical supplement to consider for optimization and preservation of long-term brain health.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Oxaloacetate helps maintain healthy neurons in your brain and nervous system by ensuring that there is no toxic build-up of glutamate.
By supporting your DNA and other tissues, Oxaloacetate plays a role in energy production and can remove excess glutamate from the bloodstream.
Oxaloacetate may also have a protective effect against cellular hazards, thus helping to delay premature aging.
Q: What is the best way to take Oxaloacetate?
A: Take one serving (1 capsule) daily with food or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner.
Q: What is glutamate?
A: Glutamate is a neurotransmitter that sends signals to the brain and throughout the nerves in the body. Glutamate plays an important role during
brain development. Normal levels of glutamate also help with learning and memory. Having too much glutamate in the brain has been associated with
neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or Lou
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