Posts Tagged ‘Phosphatidylserine’
Phosphatidylserine (PPS) is a naturally occurring substance that is essential to all cell membranes, but is found in particularly high concentrations in the cell membranes of the brain.
Clinical studies have shown that PPS works by supporting certain brain functions that decline with age, possibly by enhancing neurotransmission by neurons and stabilizing neuronal cell membranes.
Until recently, PPS was available only from animal sources (their brains), and was found in trace amounts in commercial lecithin, but a plant source of PPS has now been found. Read the rest of this entry »