What Can Phosphatidyl
Serine Do for Me?

PET image of a 59-year-old female’s brain. The color scale indicates regional glucose metabolism at
                 three brain levels, red is most intense and tertiary is least. Upper: before Flavay Plus; Lower:
                 after Flavay Plus daily for three weeks.

Increase metabolism throughout your entire brain with phosphatidylserine (PS) in Flavay Plus®.

(Above:) PET imaging of the brain of a 59-year-old woman. The color scale indicates regional glucose metabolism at three brain levels, red is most intense and tertiary is least. UPPER: before PS; LOWER: after taking 500 MG PS daily for three weeks. Metabolism is increased in almost all brain regions. (109)

PhosphatidylSerine (PS) in Flavay Plus® is proven safe and effective for improving memory, mental focus, mood, cognitive performance, learning ability and stress, brain, attention and hyperactivity.

Over 3,000 published research papers and more than 60 clinical trials have established phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® can rejuvenate your brain cell membranes and thereby:

  • strengthen your memory, (168, 126, 213)
  • increase vigilance and attention, (191, 215, 217)
  • boost learning, (191, 217)
  • increase mental acuity, (191, 213, 217)
  • intensify your concentration, (213, 217)
  • relieve depression and improve mood, (128-133, 191)
  • inhibit exercise and stress induced increases in cortisol, (117, 120, 121, 216)
  • decrease stress—for both young and old. (191)

Why Isn't Diet Enough?
Why Do I Need More Phosphatidyl

Dietary Undersupply

Dietary Undersupply of Phosphatidylserine. Chart of changes in phosphatidylserine consumption: Today’s typical diet: 130 mg; 1980s typical diet: 250 mg; Diet rich in meat and fish: 180 mg; Low fat diet: 100 mg; Vegetarian diet: less than 50 mg.

Dietary Undersupply of PhosphatidylSerine More →

(Above:) Changes in our Western diet have resulted in a significant decrease in phosphatidylserine consumption in recent years, including rejection of fat, innards, organ meats and poultry skin (e.g., low-fat, low-cholesterol, and reduced-meat diets). (135)

Because of stress, aging, modern eating habits and food-production methods.

Stress: Like burning a candle burning at both ends, stress increases the demand for phosphatidylserine and depletes your phosphatidylserine levels at the same time. (128-133)

Aging: The elderly particularly benefit from taking phosphatidylserine. While aging increases our brain’s need for phosphatidylserine it also creates digestive and metabolic inefficiency so that it’s simply not possible to get enough phosphatidylserine in your diet. Considerable research proves that phosphatidylserine improves age-associated memory impairment and continued use prevents age-related decay of brain functions. (126, 168)

Modern Diets: Modern low-fat and low-cholesterol diets lack up to 150 mg per day of dietary phosphatidylserine. A vegetarian diet may undersupply as much as 200 to 250 mg per day. Other eating styles also create a demand for more phosphatidylserine. For example, a diet deficient in omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the amount of phosphatidylserine in the brain by 28% and thereby impair your brain’s ability to form, store, process and remember. (135)

Modern Food Production: To make matters worse, modern industrial production of fats and oils decreases all of the natural phospholipids—including phosphatidylserine. (135)
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How Does Phosphatidyl
Serine Work?

Restores Neurotransmitters

Phosphatidylserine enables your brain cells to metabolize glucose and to release and bind with neurotransmitters, all of which is important to learning, memory and other cognitive functions. (127)

Phosphatidylserine increases communication between cells in your brain by increasing the number of membrane receptor sites for receiving messages. Phosphatidylserine modulates the fluidity of cell membranes—essential to your brain cells' ability to send and receive chemical communication. (14)

Scientific studies demonstrate that phosphatidylserine restores the brain’s supply and output of acetylcholine, the neurotransmitter so important to memory, and so may turn back the clock in an aging brain. (126, 127, 168)

Chart of phosphatidylserine supplementation in young versus old and shows that phosphatidylserine supplementation promotes the synthesis and release of the essential brain transmitter acetylcholine, essential to memory.

Phosphatidylserine (PS) in Flavay Plus® restores your brain’s supply and output of acetylcholine— neurotransmitter essential to memory. (127)

Stimulates Dopamine

Phosphatidylserine also stimulates your brain to produce dopamine and this is likely why patients diagnosed with clinical depression have shown marked improvement in their symptoms as a result of taking phosphatidylserine daily. Reduced dopamine levels are also thought to contribute to attention deficit disorder and this natural substance has proven to be an effective therapeutic agent for ADD and ADHD. (114, 128-133)

Chart of phosphatidylserine supplementation shows phosphatidylserine inhibits stress- induced and exercise-induced increases in cortisol.

(PS) in Flavay Plus® restores your brain’s supply and output of dopamine—essential to memory, attention and problem-solving. (128-133)

Speeds Recovery from Injury

and Normalizes Cortisol

Studies examining athletes involved in cycling, weight training and endurance running show that phosphatidylserine can speed recovery, prevent muscle soreness and help athletes to feel their best during the rigors of training. (121,144,145)More →

Important To Every Cell in Your Body

Research shows phosphatidylserine is also important to:

  • bone matrix formation,
  • testicular function,
  • beat coordination of the heart,
  • hormone secretion by the adrenal glands,
  • cell repair and removal by the immune system.

Phosphatidylserine is found in every cell in your body and the membrane proteins it activates are important in all your cells. (111,112)

Chart of phosphatidylserine supplementation shows phosphatidylserine inhibits stress- induced and exercise-induced increases in cortisol.

(PS) in Flavay Plus® inhibits stress- and exercise-induced increases in Cortisol. (134) More →

Turn Back Brain-Aging with Phosphatidyl

Human clinical studies show phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® may assist against the symptoms of dementia and Age-Associated Memory Impairment (AAMI), also in reducing the risk of dementia and cognitive dysfunction.

A reversal of brain-aging of nearly 14 years was shown after 12 weeks of supplementation with 300 mg per day of phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus®. Improvements were found in learning and remembering written information, remembering names and recognizing people, and memory of numbers. (168)

Children and young adults also get results in maintaining a sharp mind and controlling stress. Studies show students experience improved learning abilities and performance. Placebo-controlled and double-blind trials show that young university students experience significantly less stress from tests, stay more clear-headed and composed, and keep a more stable mood when taking phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® (191)

Chart: Years of improvement following 12 weeks of 300 mg of phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus per day. 13.9 Years: Remembering names after introduction. 11.6 Years: Learning and Remembering written information. 7.4 Years: Recognizing a previously seen person. 3.9 Years: Dialing a ten-digit phone number from Memory.

Turn back the aging process in your brain with phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus®. (168, 126)

What is Phosphatidyl

Phosphatidylserine is a phospholipid (a fatty molecule) which contains both amino and fatty acids.

Phosphatidylserine is in every human cell and universally present in living things from the most simple to the most complex. Phosphatidylserine has many known functions throughout all of our tissues and organs, but is most important as a key building block for the billions of cells in your brain.

Phosphatidylserine is now available as a dietary supplement derived from soy lecithin. Decades of research have established phosphatidylserine as the best single means for conserving memory and other higher brain functions. Findings from controlled clinical trials show when intake of phosphatidylserine is doubled, or better still quadrupled, as a dietary supplement, the majority of persons derive measurable brain benefits. (211, 110)

The molecular structure of phosphatidylserine molecule with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and linoleic acid (LA) tails

(Above:) Phosphatidylserine is a fatty molecule and includes amino and fatty acids such as docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

Phosphorylated vs. Phosphatidyl

A phosphorylated serine is available as a dietary supplement but does not substitute for phosphatidyl serine (PS), despite the claims of its manufacturer. Though it resembles the head piece, phosphorylated serine is different—it is not a phospholipid and does not work like PS does.

Consumers report phosphorylated serine can cause highly uncomfortable adverse reactions. Be sure you get the real thing.

The molecular structure of phosphatidylserine molecule with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and linoleic acid (LA) tails

(Above:) Phosphatidyl serine’s tails of amino and fatty acids, the extra negative charge on its head piece and unique conformation are essential to its specific actions.

Is Phosphatidyl
Serine Supplementation Safe?

Phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® is extracted from soy which is confirmed non-GMO. The phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® was the subject of many human clinical trials regarding memory loss, mood, cognitive performance and learning ability.

The use of phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® is well validated through clinical research and proven safe in standard toxicology tests.

The large number of human studies conducted on phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® produced a flawless safety record. First, it has proven compatible with a wide array of medications including: antacids, anti-hypertensives, anti-inflammatories, anti-ulcer and mucolytic agents, diuretics, anti-thrombotics, hypoglycemics, anti-arrhythmics, insulin, calcium channel blockers, calcitonin, chemotherapy drugs and other prescription medications. Second, phosphatidylserine is well tolerated by elderly patients with chronic diseases such as cerebrovascular, artery and vein disorders, heart diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, lung diseases, digestive system diseases and arthritis.

Interestingly, clinical researchers found phosphatidylserine lowered uric acid levels and liver SGPT in their elderly patients—which can signify improved liver health. (106,110,114-117,119) More →

Authentic vs. “Borrowed” Science

Not all phosphatidylserine products are equal. The marketplace is full of inferior variations of scientifically proven natural products. Those who are looking for a product that will produce the proven results and not just “claimed” or “implied” results want authentic products proven in scientific research.


Consumers want phosphatidylserine that is proven safe and effective. Both phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® and Flavay® are proven in clinical trials. Flavay® was also patented as a “free-radical scavenger.”

Phosphatidylserine in Flavay Plus® is extracted from soy which is confirmed non-GMO.

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