What functions is phosphatidylserine beneficial?



Although we have phosphatidylserine in our bodies, the amount is very small, only about 60g. It is also found in foods such as soy, chicken liver and cow brain. We can get more phosphatidylserine by eating food. Phosphatidylserine liquid supplements are needed in many cases to positively affect our brains.

When we consume phosphatidylserine through food or supplements, it can cross the blood-brain barrier. It can also go directly to the central nervous system, where it has a big impact on our bodies. Once it's in our bodies, phosphatidylserine binds to neurotransmitters as phosphatidylserine, which increases the brain's ability to metabolize glucose, which helps to increase our mental sharpness and attention.

Phosphatidylserine also increases the production of acetylcholine in our brains, and more acetylcholine means improved cognitive abilities, especially in memory, attention and analysis. Acetylcholine levels are also linked to Alzheimer's disease and dementia. It's known that people with Alzheimer's disease and dementia tend to have much lower levels of acetylcholine in the brain. Since phosphatidylserine helps to produce more acetylcholine, it appears that it may help slow or even reverse the effects of Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Phosphatidylserine has been shown to improve memory in patients with these disorders.