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What is phosphatidylserine ps and what is its function
Also known as serine phospholipids, English name Phosphatidylserine, or PS for short, is extracted from natural soybean oil residue. It is an active substance of cell membrane, especially in brain cells. Its function is mainly to improve the function of nerve cells, regulate the conduction of nerve impulses, and improve the memory function of the brain. Due to its strong lipophilicity, it can quickly enter the brain through the blood-brain barrier after absorption, playing a role in relieving vascular smooth muscle cells and increasing blood supply to the brain. summarize Serine is a non-essential amino acid, which plays a role in metabolism of fat and fatty acid and muscle growth, because it is helpful for the production of immune hematocrit and antibodies, and serine is also needed to maintain a healthy immune system. Serine plays a role in the production and processing of cell membranes, the synthesis of muscle tissues and sheaths surrounding nerve cells. Serine can be obtained from soybean, brewing starter, dairy products, eggs, fish, lactalbumin, pods, meat, nuts, seafood, seeds, soybeans, whey and whole wheat. If necessary, the human body will synthesize serine from glycine. Phosphatidylserine (PS) is a serine compound synthesized in human body. Phosphatidylserine supplements are widely used in Italy, Scandinavia and other European countries to treat senile dementia and normal senile memory loss. For anti-aging effect: Phosphatidylserine supplements can increase the production of neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the cerebral cortex, which is associated with thinking, reasoning and concentration. Phosphatidylserine can also stimulate the synthesis and release of dopamine. Phosphatidylserine seems to be associated with the brain's response to stress. A clinical study found that people taking phosphatidylserine had a lower response to stress than other people in the experiment of exerting pressure on healthy people. Stress response is obtained by measuring the level of corticotropin in blood. Corticotropin is a hormone secreted by the pituitary gland, which in turn promotes the adrenal gland to secrete the stress hormone cortisol. Phosphatidylserine is mainly used to treat dementia (including Alzheimer's disease and non-Alzheimer's dementia) and normal senile memory loss. Deficiency: No known serine deficiency symptoms. Daily therapeutic dose: refer to package Maximum safe dose: Not established, but too high a dose of serine will cause immune suppression and psychological symptoms. Side effects/contraindications: patients with liver diseases and kidney diseases should consult a doctor before taking phosphatidylserine.