Why is it difficult to get enough phosphatidylserine powder from food?
Phosphatidylserine is a cell membrane active substance extracted from the brain of cattle by Jordi Folch, a young neurochemist from Harvard University in the United States in the 1940s. It mainly exists in brain cells. It is not only known as the third generation of emerging "smart nutrients", but also known as "a new weapon to activate the brain".
Phosphatidylserine can increase the number of brain spikes, improve the mobility of brain cell membranes, and promote glucose metabolism in brain cells, thus making brain cells more active, improving concentration, alertness, and memory, relieve tension is a great help.
Phosphatidylserine, as a major component of the nerve, can nourish and activate the activity of various enzymes in the brain, repair and renew the brain, remove harmful substances, from the brain and nerve can effectively prevent children's ADHD, promote children's intellectual development.
Phosphatidylserine powder is widely found in a variety of foods naturally, but the content in food is very low. It is also mainly found in the brain, viscera, or natural soybean of animals. Although the soybean contains relatively high phosphatidylserine, at least 6kg of soybean is needed (the consumption of phosphatidylserine is 300mg/d recommended by the former National Health Ministry). It is difficult for us to get enough phosphatidylserine in our diet to meet our physiological needs. Therefore, it is especially important for developing children to take adequate amounts of phosphatidylserine regularly.