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Where can you get phosphatidylserine?

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It’s is a fatty substance that covers and protects the cells in your brain and carries messages between them. Phosphatidylserine is found in small amounts in most foods. White beans is a good source. You also can get it as a supplement, made from soy or other plants.

From: Phosphatidylserine WebMD Medical Reference

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Natural Standard: "Phosphatidylserine."

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database: "Phosphatidylserine."

Rakel, D., editor, , 3rd edition, Saunders Elsevier, 2012. Integrative Medicine

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Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on May 29, 2019

SOURCES:

Natural Standard: "Phosphatidylserine."

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database: "Phosphatidylserine."

Rakel, D., editor, , 3rd edition, Saunders Elsevier, 2012. Integrative Medicine

Kidd, P.M. Sept. 1, 2007. Alternative Medical Review.

Keren, H. . Jan. 1, 2010. PLoS One

Vakhapova, V. , June 28, 2011. BMC Neurology

Manor, I. , July 27, 2012. European Psychiatry

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on May 29, 2019

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