SUMMARY:Phosphatidylserine is an amino acid compound that has similarities to fat. It is also referred to as a phospholipid, a fat-based substance that enables messages to be sent throughout the brain while protecting brain cells and the structures around them.
- Memory improvement
- Possible enhancement of cognitive function
- Improvement of stress symptoms
- Possible improvement of Alzheimer’s Disease symptoms
- May improve symptoms of depression
- Phospholipids and sports performance
- Influence of Phosphatidylserine on (Na+ + K+)-stimulated ATPase and Acetylcholinesterase Activities of Dog Brain Synaptosomal Plasma Membranes
- Effects of phosphatidylserine in age‐associated memory impairment.
- The Effects of IQPLUS Focus on Cognitive Function, Mood and Endocrine Response Before and Following Acute Exercise
- Effects of Soy Lecithin Phosphatidic Acid and Phosphatidylserine Complex (PAS) on the Endocrine and Psychological Responses to Mental Stress
- Effect of Phosphatidylserine on Memory in Patients and Rats With Alzheimer's Disease
- Effects of Phosphatidylserine Therapy in Geriatric Patients With Depressive Disorders