Could Phosphatidylserine Supplements Improve Memory in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients?

According to a Mayo Clinic report, phosphatidylserine supplements may help people living with dementia and Alzheimer's disease improve their memory and other cognitive functions. Studies have found that taking the food supplement can improve behaviour and some cognitive abilities. The supplement only had an effect on people who presented mild symptoms of the disease and the improvements lasted just a few months. MORE: Can head injuries cause Alzheimer's disease? Phosphatidylserine was originally derived from the brains of cows, but following the outbreak of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in the U.K. in the '80s and '90s —
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  1. George Andre says:

    Your piece on phosphatidylserine supplements leaves us hanging. Should I try to acquire it for my wife with early stage Alzheimer’s? How do I get it? Is it available without prescription? Is there a study group we can take part in?
    just where do we go from here?

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