Do you often feel tired and unfocussed?
Find yourself overwhelmed and overworked? How often do you find there are not enough hours in the day to accomplish your to-do list? These feelings can often lead to the desire to give up, or in worse scenarios – depression. Fortunately, a handful of studies have explored the health effects of phosphatidylserine supplements, and the findings are looking bright!
Here’s a look at some interesting findings:
- Phosphatidylserine supplements may help boost exercise capacity and improve athletic performance, according to a 2006 report published in Sports Medicine.
- Phosphatidylserine is thought to play a role in helping to regulate mood. In a 2015 study published in Mental Illness, for instance, people over the age of 65 with major depression took a supplement containing phosphatidylserine and the omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA three times daily for 12 weeks. At the study’s end, scores on a depression scale had improved.
- Using phosphatidylserine (in combination with omega-3-fatty acids) may aid in the treatment of ADHD in children, suggests a 2012 study published in European Psychiatry. Study results revealed that participants treated with the combination of phosphatidylserine and omega-3 fatty acids experienced a significantly greater reduction in hyperactive/impulsive behavior.
NOW, you can Multitask to the max!
Introducing NEW Arbonne Essentials Mind Health, a delicious cherry-lime flavored formula with sunflower seed derived phosphatidylserine, a key building block for brain cells, and vitamin B12. This powdered blend supports neurological performance like concentration and focus. Use it daily to help support brain health and cognitive performance including aspects like memory and learning.
Although I am BIASED, I do not want to appear so, therefore, I will also mention there are food sources from phosphatidylserine is available. They include but are not limited to a number foods such as, soy, white beans, egg yolks, chicken liver, and beef liver.