PS is a phospholipid compound that comprises 15% of the brain’s fats. It is concentrated in brain cell membranes, where it helps maintain fluidity, optimizes receptors and promotes neurotransmitters like acetylcholine and dopamine.
It supports brain cell energy production by enhancing glucose metabolism. It may increase nerve growth factor (NGF) to support brain cell creation, maintenance and repair. PS also helps immune cells dispose of damaged, toxic brain cells - sparing neighboring brain cells from collateral damage.