The key ingredient in MemorEase is Phosphatidylserine, backed by dozens of clinical trials and research papers. Phosphatidylserine plays a role in:
- Focus and attention.*
- Learning and memory performance.*
- Cortisol levels and stress.*
PS is found in all the cells of the body and has been the subject of many clinical studies.* In studies spanning several decades, PS consistently is reported to influence memory, learning and focus.*
PS has a wide range of uses, such as balancing of the "stress" hormone cortisol.*
Athletes are known to also use PS to minimize the breakdown of muscle after workouts or competition.*
Phosphatidylserine is unique in the nutrient kingdom according to Parris Kidd, Ph.D., author of Natures Brain Booster, Phosphatidylserine (PS) is more concentrated in the brain than in any other tissue of the body.
He goes on to say, The findings from controlled clinical trials suggest that when the dietary intake of phosphatidylserine is doubled- or better still quadrupled by taking it as a dietary supplement, a majority of individuals derive measurable brain benefits. The modest supply of phosphatidylserine coming from the modern diet simply may not be adequate to support optimal brain function.
PS serves a vital structural role and is a major component of all your cell membranes. Because of its unique structure, with one end of the molecule attracted to fats and the other end attracted to water, PS can align itself to form the bi-layered membranes needed by all your cells.*
Early in life, PS is manufactured by your body and found in heaviest concentration where electrical activity is highest, in your brain and nerve tissue.* But, like so many things, production declines with age, and even under the best of circumstances, we consume no more than 100 mg per day in our diet.*
Phosphatidylserine was first introduced to consumers in Europe. At the time, the only source was bovine. Since then, manufacturers have learned how to make PS from soy lecithin, and now nearly all PS products are highly refined extracts of soy lecithin.