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Doctor's Best, Natural Brain Enhancers wtih AlphaSize and SerinAid, 60 Veggie Caps

Item # : 1117
Manufacturer SKU : 753950002142
Product Code : DB0214
Package Details : 60 Veggie Caps
Serving Size : 2 capsules
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 30 Days
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Doctor's Best, Natural Brain Enhancers wtih AlphaSize and SerinAid, 60 Veggie Caps
Price(र)  : 4292.00

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·       Supports attention, learning, memory, other cognitive functions

·       Assists the brain and body in coping with stress

·       Facilitates growth factor action for brain circuit renewal


GPC (GlyceroPhosphoCholine) and PS (PhosphatidylSerine) are phospholipid nutrients intensively researched for their benefits to diverse human brain functions. These nutrients naturally complement each other: GPC reaches very high concentrations inside cells; PS is a building block for cell membranes that generate the brain's energy and electricity. Numerous double-blind trials catalog the benefits of GPC and PS for people of all ages.

Suggested Use:

Take 1 capsule twice per day between meals, not later than 4 pm. Intakes up to 6 capsules per day may be beneficial, as recommended by a nutritionally informed physician.


Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 2 capsules

Servings per Container: 30 servings


Amount per serving

% Daily Value

GlyceroPhosphoCholine (GPC)

300 mg

PhosphatidylSerine (PS)

100 mg

† Daily Value not established.


Other Ingredients:


Dicalcium phosphate, modified cellulose (vegetarian capsule), silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate (vegetable source), magnesium silicate.

Contains soy



Store in a cool dry place.

Q. What is phosphatidylserine and what are its benefits?
A. Phosphatidylserine is a chemical. The body can make phosphatidylserine, but gets most of what it needs from foods. Phosphatidylserine supplements were once made from cow brains, but now are commonly manufactured from cabbage or soy. The switch was triggered by a concern that products made from animal sources might cause infections such as mad cow disease. Phosphatidylserine is used for Alzheimer's disease, age-related decline in mental function, improving thinking skills in young people, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, preventing exercise-induced stress, and improving athletic performance.

Q.How does it work?
A.Phosphatidylserine is an important chemical with widespread functions in the body. It is part of the cell structure and is key in the maintenance of cellular function, especially in the brain.

Q.What are the uses of phosphatidylserine?
A.Alzheimer's disease. Taking phosphatidylserine can improve some of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease after 6-12 weeks of treatment. It seems to be most effective in patients with less severe symptoms. But phosphatidylserine might lose its effectiveness with extended use. After 16 weeks of treatment, progression of Alzheimer's disease seems to overcome any benefit provided by phosphatidylserine. Most clinical studies have used phosphatidylserine from cow brains. However, most supplements now use phosphatidylserine from soy or cabbage. Researchers don’t know yet how phosphatidylserine made from these plant sources compares with phosphatidylserine made from cow brains in terms of effectiveness for Alzheimer’s disease. Confusion in older people (senile dementia). Phosphatidylserine made from cow brains seems to improve attention, language skills, and memory in aging people with declining thinking skills. It’s not known whether the newer products, which are taken from soy and cabbage, will have the same benefit. However, there is developing evidence that plant-derived phosphatidylserine improves memory in people with age-associated memory loss.

Q.What are the sources of Phosphatidylserine?
The body synthesizes phosphatidylserine from lipid molecules and the amino acid serine, but foods like meat especially animal brains and organs and white beans are also rich sources of the compound. Phosphatidylserine supplements were originally produced from extracts of cow brains, however most of these supplements are now produced by extracting phosphatidylserine from the soy lecithin found in soybeans or from cabbage. International reports that studies indicate phosphatidylserine supplements derived from plant sources are just as effective as those originally manufactured from animals.