Phosphatidylserine is a phospholipid and vital component of the cell membrane which is highly prevalent in human neural tissue. Phosphatidylserine is derived through diet, found in certain meats, legumes, and lecithin containing foods. Supplementation may offer many benefits not achieved through diet alone, especially for older individuals or those with restricted diets.
Phosphatidylserine is an important nutrient found in all cells. It has significant benefit to those who are deficient and may convey benefits to the general population as well, specifically being utilized to support cognition, especially that is age related. Phosphatidylserine can also help restore damaged brain function, reduce the secretion of cortisol as well as fight or flight hormones, and offers many more additional anti-aging, pro-cognitive benefits.
Phosphatidylserine can help induce circadian rhythm entrainment to light exposure, which has a very significant impact on both sleep and the immune system.
cognitive support (in those deficient), can help restore damaged brain function, reduces the secretion of cortisol as well as fight or flight hormones, and offers many more additional anti-aging, pro-cognitive benefits.
phosphatidylserine, phospholipid extract of soy lecithin, standardized to a 20% phosphatidylserine content