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PS-100 (60 Capsules)

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Product Benefits:

  • Helps with hormone signal transduction and maintenence of stress hormones and dopamine
  • Nervous system function and reduces cortisol
  • Brain support and aids recovery after exercise by regulating cortisol balance
  • Excellent for sleep disruption caused by a busy mind
USD $37.89
We are no longer carrying this product. It has been replaced with PS 150 by Designs For Health http://shop.drnatashaturner.com/brain-health/ps-150-phosphatidylserine-60-capsules/

Phosphatidylserine capsules provided by AOR contains 100 mg of plant-derived (soybean) phospholipids supplying 100 mg of phosphatidylserine (PS). Until recently, PS was only available as a very expensive product derived from bovine sources, with microbiological safety problems. New technology has made it possible to concentrate this important brain nutrient from soybean lecithin, a safe and well-recognized source of phosphatidylserine.

Phosphatidylserine (PS), a phospholipid nutrient, is active in cell membranes and is the major acidic phospholipid component in the membranes of the brain. Membranes are the working surfaces of every cell, carrying out the essential functions of cellular communication and hormonal signal transduction. Nerve cells, in particular, depend on healthy membrane function for normal neurotransmitter metabolism and nerve signal transmission. PS occupies a crucial role in many of these membrane-associated nerve cell processes.

The fundamental function of PS is to help maintain proper membrane fluidity, which has major implications on most membrane functions. In the brain, PS helps maintain normal capacity for acetylcholine release and thus is important to the cholinergic neurotransmitter system. PS has similar functions in the dopamine, noradrenaline and serotonin dependent neurotransmitter systems. It is also needed for sodium and potassium transport via its influence on ATPase activity.

PS assists in maintaining adequate glucose utilization in the brain. Glucose is the preferred energy substrate for nerve cells which, unlike other cells, are unable to use fatty acids or proteins for energy production. Brain glucose utilization, an indicator of brain activity, often declines during aging. Another related function of PS is its role in controlling the normal balance of stress hormones. PS is involved in the body’s response to counterbalance the excessive release of adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH) and adrenaline after physical stress from exercise, while supporting normal growth hormone release at the same time. Dietary PS is efficiently and rapidly absorbed in the intestine, taken up into the blood, and readily crosses the blood-brain barrier to reach the nerve cells of the brain.

Phosphatidylserine capsules may be a useful dietary supplement for individuals who wish to support the body’s nervous system and brain function.



Each capsule contains: 100 mg of Phosphatidylserine
Suggested Use:
1-3 caps a day or as directed as a physician Dr. Turner recommends 300mg at bedtime to calm a busy mind
No reported side affects or interactions, consult with a practitioner prior to use.