Safety of Soy-derived Phosphatidylserine in Elderly People

@article{Jorissen2002SafetyOS,
  title={Safety of Soy-derived Phosphatidylserine in Elderly People},
  author={Brenda Jorissen and Fred Brouns and Martin P J van Boxtel and Wim J. Riedel},
  journal={Nutritional Neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={5},
  pages={337 - 343}
}
Abstract Phosphatidylserine (PS) is a phospholipid which has been claimed to enhance neuronal membrane function, and can be derived from several sources. Earlier studies used brain cortex derived PS, of which the human tolerability of 300 mg daily in 130 patients has been shown. The human tolerability of PS derived from soy-bean has not been reported, although it is widely sold as a nutritional supplement which may improve cognitive function in the elderly. We report the results of a study of… Expand
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