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Phosphatidylserine to Help Improve Memory Function

by Rocco Castellano

We all go through it.

You’re rushing to get out of the house, but you have no idea where you put your car keys.

Or, when you’re ready to watch your favorite TV show, you can’t find your glasses for some reason.
And, of course, you find them hours later in the most OBVIOUS place.

These so-called “senior moments” are annoying, but they come with getting older.

About 40% of people in the U.S. who are 65 or older say they have memory problems because of their age.

But what if you could keep your mind sharp well into “old age” by doing nothing but using the power of FAT?

A unique “fat” that used to come from cows has been PROVEN to help slow or even STOP memory loss.

A Naturally Occurring Fat

Phosphatidylserine (fos-fuh-tih-dul-SER-een) is a natural supplement that is hard to say, but it has a lot of benefits for the brain. Naturally occurring fats called phospholipids make up Phosphatidylserine. Researchers have found that phospholipids cover and protect the cells in your brain, send messages between them, and are essential for the nerve cells in your brain to work properly. Most phosphatidylserine supplements now come from plants like soy and cabbage, both high-phospholipid foods. In the past, Phosphatidylserine came from the brain cells of cattle.


Phosphatidylserine Research

Researchers whose findings were published in the Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition (MCI) looked at how soy-based phosphatidylserine supplements affected the memories of older people with mild cognitive impairment. This is the stage between the normal loss of brain power that comes with getting older and the more severe loss of brain power that comes with dementia. Problems with memory, language, thinking, or making decisions are signs of it.

Participants in the study took a series of memory and thinking tests. The tests measured their memory at the start of the study. Afterward, they were given either phosphatidylserine supplements or a placebo for six months. After taking supplements every day for six months, the researchers were shocked by what they found. Participants retook the original memory and thinking tests. All of the people who took phosphatidylserine supplements did much better on the tests.

What about the scores of the placebo group? Those didn’t change!

Most of the phosphatidylserine supplements you can buy today are made from soy. Supplements are easy to find, which is good. If you can’t find them at your local health food or vitamin store, you can find phosphatidylserine soft gels and capsules that are easy to take on Amazon or other online wellness stores.

Phosphatidylserine is NOT a cure for Alzheimer’s or other severe brain and memory diseases. The main goal of research on Phosphatidylserine is to help improve memory function and retention that come with aging.

Talk to your doctor before taking Phosphatidylserine as a supplement, especially if you are taking other drugs.

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