Phosphatidylserine (1989, '14, '15) & Alzheimer's

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Phosphatidylserine is key to proper brain function. Combined with phosphatidic acid (from soy lecithin) it improves memory, mood, and cognition in the elderly, and has a general stabilizing effect in AD patients. In other studies, it improves mood, brain function, learning memory, and vocabulary in people with Alzheimer's. Additionally, cholinesterase and hippocampal inflammation injury decreases.

1. More MI, Freitas U, Rutenberg D. (2014). Positive effects of soy lecithin-derived phosphatidylserine plus phosphatidic acid on memory, cognition, daily functioning, and mood in elderly patients with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Adv Ther. Dec;31(12):1247-52.
2. Fünfgeld EW, Baggen M, Nedwidek P, Richstein B, Mistlberger G. (1989). Double-blind study with phosphatidylserine (PS) in parkinsonian patients with senile dementia of Alzheimer's type (SDAT). Clin Biol Res. 1989;317:1235-46.
3. Zhang YY, Yang LQ, Guo LM. (2015). Effect of phosphtidylersine on memory in patients and rats with Alzheimer's disease. Genet Mol Res. Aug 10;14(3):9325-33.