Most Proven Nutrients for Memory.
Full potency, soy-free PS (phosphatidylserine), the nutrient most proven to promote memory for names, faces, words, and numbers.
In double-blind clinical research trials, PS enhanced recall of names, faces, words, and numbers, and improved verbal fluency. PS is better documented for these benefits than any other nutrient.
Powers the Brain's Trillions of Nerve Cell Connections
PS is an essential building block for cell membranes, which organize enzymes and other proteins into molecular complexes to optimize the body's life processes. Our brain's nerve cells use membranes to make their trillions of information transfer connections (synapses). The brain's billions of nerve cells also need PS for releasing the neurotransmitters that power their synapses. PS promotes the actions of 4 major brain nervous system transmitters: acetylcholine, dopamine, serotonin, and norepinephrine.
Promotes Overall Brain Health
Being essential for nerve cells to make energy, maintain their synaptic connections, package their chemical transmitters, and perform other membrane related functions, PS supports healthy attention, learning, and other cognitive functions at all life stages. Clinical trials and other studies indicate PS especially promotes brain health in people aged 50 and older.
No Artificial Coloring
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|Serving Size 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container 30
|Amount Per Serving||% DV|
(as Sharp PS® Green
from sunflower lecithin)
|* Daily Value (DV) not established.|
Vegetable cellulose (vegetarian capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.
Free from milk/dairy, gluten, wheat, yeast, soy, eggs, corn, sugars, or artificial colors or flavoring.
PhosphatidylSerine (PS) is a universal building block for cell membranes. This phospholipid nutrient is present in all our cells and is especially concentrated in the brain’s nerve cells. PS helps to improve attention and the ability to cope with stress. PS is the best-documented nutrient for the recall of words, names, faces, and events in people over 50.