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Phosphatidylserine

Phosphatidylserine

This is a cell-signalling agent that improves memory and cognitive function; it works with your natural cell-replacement process to keep the brain young. While there are other forms that have gone unstudied, the soy-derived form of phosphatidylserine (also known simply as “PS”, to its friends) used by Noobru™ has an impressive resumé of clear results in numerous clinical studies, mostly in Japan. PS, we love you!

What is Phosphatidylserine?

Soy derived phospholipid that covers and protects cells in brain and carries messages between them.

What is Phosphatidylserine used for?

Take a look at a selection of studies carried out on Phosphatidylserine:

Stress

  1. "Phosphatidylserine may counteract stress-induced activation of the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis" View the study 

Physical strength

  1. "PS supplementation significantly increased cognitive function prior to exercise" View the study

  2. "Improved exercise capacity following phosphatidylserine supplementation" View the study

Memory

  1. "The memory scores in PS treated groups were significantly increased against the baseline" View the study 

  2. "The results indicate that PS-DHA May improve cognitive performance in non-demented elderly with memory complaints" View the study

Neuroprotection and Cognitive Function

  1. "Phosphatidylserine is required for healthy nerve cell membranes and myelin... It supports human cognitive functions, including the formation of short-term memory, the consolidation of long-term memory, the ability to create new memories, the ability to retrieve memories, the ability to learn and recall information, the ability to focus attention and concentrate, the ability to reason and solve problems, language skills, and the ability to communicate. It also supports locomotor functions, especially rapid reactions and reflexes" View the study

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