Too often have I walked into a room and asked myself, "Now, why did I come in here...?" There were too many times where in one week I made at least four grocery lists for four different trips to the market because I couldn't focus when taking inventory in my kitchen cabinets and refrigerator. I was directed to Phosphatidyl a few months ago and have found a difference in my ability to recall information that was not at the forefront of my mind. What is it about this supplement that helps the brain? In the words of Medical Wiki:
"Phosphatidylserine is a molecule that is found all over the body, more abundantly in the brain. It is one of the major phospholipids that make up the cell membrane of the brain. It is used as a supplement to treat conditions like Alzheimer's disease, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD, and other age- related dementia or decline in cognition. It's also been used to supplement for athletes to improve performance and to improve thinking skills in young adults and in prevention of exercise- induced stress. There is no direct link to how this molecule can help treat or cure Alzheimer's, but it has been found in studies that there is a significant decline of the Phosphatidylserine molecules in such conditions. Supplements have been generated to prevent further decline of such levels in the brain. This supplement mainly focuses on the benefits of a good memory and mental functioning."
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