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Found in every single cell membrane of your body, with high concentrations of it in the brain. Phosphatidylserine is especially important for cellular function in the brain. Phospholipids are unique, a hydrophobic and hydrophilic. Helps regulate movement of nutrients, oxygen and toxins in and out of cells.
BENEFITS MAY INCLUDE:
Help manage cortisol, lowering stress
Boost cognitive function
Help improve cognitive behavioral issues (ADD/ADHD)
Improve brain energy metabolism
Recommend dosage is One (1) softgel capsule each day as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a healthcare professional.
Why you may need Phosphatidylserine? Phosphatidylserine (PS), a naturally occurring phospholipid nutrient, is a component of cell membranes. As such it serves as an essential constituent to the functioning of all cells in the body. PS is most concentrated in organs with high metabolic activity including the brain, lungs, heart, liver and skeletal muscle.
Why your healthcare practitioner recommends Phosphatidylserine? As a component of myelin, which is essential for the proper nervous system function, PS makes up a major part of the phospholipid concentration of the brain. As such, PS is supportive of brain function and may attenuate some of the negative neuronal effects of aging. A review of recent research shows that for older adults with moderate cognitive impairment, PS use consistently produced modest improvement in memory tests. Additionally, in a well designed, controlled clinical study of senior adults with mild cognitive impairment, when supplemented with 100 mg of PS daily for 6 months, subjects with relatively low baseline scores had significantly improved memory scores compared to baseline. PS has also been shown to support normalization of cortisol in response to stress.
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