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Brainfood with phosphatidylserine, phosphatidic acid and other phospholipids from vegetable origin. Phospholipids are the building blocks of cell membranes. Advice dosage 2 tablets a day COMPOSITION PER 2 TABLETS  phosphatidic acid 400 mg phosphatidylserine 400 mg phospholipids 400 mg Do not exceed the recommended daily dose unless advised by your...

Brainfood with phosphatidylserine, phosphatidic acid and other phospholipids from vegetable origin. Phospholipids are the building blocks of cell membranes.

Advice dosage

2 tablets a day

COMPOSITION PER 2 TABLETS 

phosphatidic acid 400 mg

phosphatidylserine 400 mg

phospholipids 400 mg


Do not exceed the recommended daily dose unless advised by your doctor or pharmacist.

INGREDIENTS 2 TABLETS
Sorbitol E 420 sweetener 2708 mg, phosphatidic acid 400 mg, phosphatidylserine 400 mg, phospholipids 400 mg, magnesium stearate E 470, anti-caking 80 mg, silicon dioxide , anti-caking agent E551 12 mg.


Consult your doctor before using this supplement if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or if you are taking medication, have a medical condition, or expect surgery.

 

Information

Phospholipids are made up of glycerol, to which fatty acids are attached and a phosphate group with an amino acid (for example serine), an amine or an amino alcohol. Among the phospholipids, phosphatidylserine occupies a special position.

Phosphatidylserine is the only phospholipid that - in healthy cells - occurs exclusively on the inside of the cell membrane. This has to do with the specific role of phosphatidylserine.

Soy complex: natural and safe The phospholipids are found in our diet in seeds such as the soybean, but also in eggs mainly as lecithin. The intake of phosphatidylserine has fallen over the last twenty years.

Phosphatidylserine is found in small amounts in organ meats and fatty fish. In view of possible contamination of animal products, a vegetable form is nowadays preferred. A good source of phosphatidylserine is soy. 

When phosphatidylserine together with phosphatidic acid and other phospholipids (as naturally occurs in the soybean) is processed and concentrated to a complex, the uptake in the body is better. Due to the special processing, phosphatidylserine is highly concentrated. Consuming large amounts of soy does not give the same amounts of phosphatidylserine as a supplement. The safety of phosphatidylserine from soy (600 mg per day) has been investigated and found to be safe.

 

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