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05.10.2021

Phosphatidylserine: Neuroserine®

Neuroserine® is a lecithin-derived phosphatidylserine that can slow, halt or even reverse the decline of cognitive abilities.

As a phospholipid and component of the biological membrane, phosphatidylserine plays a key role in cell communication. Fifty percent of the body's phosphatidylserine is found in the brain. There it supports the synthesis of neurotransmitters, sends and receives electrical impulses, and enables nutrients and oxygen to access brain cells. 

Due to age, the level of phosphatidylserine in the body decreases, leading to cognitive decline over time, which manifests itself, for example, in deteriorating memory, lack of concentration or attention difficulties. Neuroserine® is a lecithin-derived phosphatidylserine that can slow, halt or even reverse cognitive decline. In clinical studies, a daily intake of 100 to 300 mg of phosphatidylserine has been shown to improve cognitive abilities.

  

Neuroserine® is available in the following variants:

 

 Basis    Phosphatidylserine contentAppearance
Neuroserine® S 20FSoy Lecithin20%Liquid
Neuroserine® S 20PSoy Lecithin20%Slightly yellowish to brown powder
Neuroserine® S 50PSoy Lecithin50%  Slightly yellowish to brown powder
Neuroserine® S 70P Soy Lecithin70% Slightly yellowish to brown powder
Neuroserine® SUN S 20PSunflower Lecithin 20%Light beige to dark beige powder
Neuroserine® SUN S 50P Sunflower Lecithin 50%Light beige to dark beige powder

 

You can find out what other benefits NEUROSERINE® can bring in our flyer (click here).

You can also find an overview of the different NEUROSERINE® variants in our product catalog (click here).

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us. Our Pharma & Healthcare team will be happy to show you the product that best fits your application.

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