- Antioxidant Formulas
- Cardiovascular Support
- Cerebral Function / Emotional Well-Being
- Digestive/Intestinal Support
- Essential Fatty Acids
- Glandular Formulas
- Glucose Metabolism
- Immune Support
- Joint Support - Enzymes
- Liver Support
- MAXXUM Daily Supplement Family
- Men's Health
- Minerals/Bone Support
- Respiratory Support
- Vitamin Formulas
- Women's Health
Phosphatidylserine is the most abundant phospholipid in the brain and performs vital functions to support normal cognitive function. Phosphatidylserine has an enviable safety record: in human clinical experience over 15 years and many thousands of patients, not a single adverse event has been reported. The dose used in almost all human studies was 300 mg/day.
- Phosphatidylserine is the most abundant phospholipid in the brain and is vital for normal membrane function of cerebral neurons (Nutrition 1999;15:778-83).
- Administration of phosphatidylserine is thought to support normal neuronal function (Neurology 1991; 41:644-9) and adequate production of neurotransmitters (Psychopharmacol Bull 1992;28:61-6).
- Clinical studies show supplementary phosphatidylserine helps promote normal brain function in older patients (Ageing (Milano) 1993;5:123-33; Altern Med Rev 1996;1:70-84).
- Phosphatidylserine may also play a role in stabilizing mood, according to preliminary clinical research (Acta Psychiatr Scand (Denmark) 1990;81:265-70).
Suggested use for adults: Three capsules daily in divided doses, or as directed.