How Phosphatidylethanolamine Boosts Memory Power

by Bryan Reese

Posted on Wednesday 15th of October 2008

Link between forgetfulness and old age is good enough for being subject o the sitcoms, greeting cards, and jokes. People tend to take such things for granted to such an extent that just a fraction of them actually spare some time in questioning why these things happen. Experts might, however, have found answer in one of the essential fatty acids called phosphatidylethanolamine.

Bodies of the individuals needs this kind of phospholipids for building membranes of brain cells which’re fluid enough with respect to releasing neurotransmitters ‘dopamine’ and ‘acetylcholine’; but, unfortunately, brains of the people usually manufacture enough quantity of phosphatidylethanolamine to keep them in the topmost mental order. When they, however, reach the middle age, their levels of phosphatidylethanolamine start declining. It is an effect which gets worsened by the deficiencies of the other EFAs, i.e. essential fatty acids, vitamin B12 or folic acid. As phosphatidylethanolamine is imperative for an effective neurotransmission, its deficiency gets linked to the mental impairment, inclusive of non-Alzheimer’s and Alzheimer’s dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and depression amongst elderly and middle-aged people.

Since deficiency of phosphatidylethanolamine has been linked with the common conditions related to age, several experts are of the belief that phosphatidylethanolamine supplements can aid in the improvement, or even reversing of symptoms. Phosphatidylethanolamine supplements perform the task of restocking membranes of cells of brain, thereby having boosted nervous chemical activity like serotonin and dopamine, having stimulated growth of nerve cells, and the stirring activity with respect to every brain center, particularly the higher centers of brain like pituitary gland, hypothalamus, and cortex.

In short, phosphatidylethanolamine supplements might provide a fifty-year-old the brainpower same as a youngster, i.e. a twenty-year-old. Doesn’t it sound good? Well, as per ‘2002 Bottom Line Yearbook’, phosphatidylethanolamine is the sole medication which has been proven of reversing memory loss related to age in the clinical studies.

To say more, such types of clinical studies have been found to be overwhelmingly positive regarding marvelous abilities of phosphatidylethanolamine. In ‘alternative Cures’, it has been reported that phosphatidylethanolamine could reverse neurons’ chronological age by around 12 years. This has, of course, has loads of implications for the people having suffered from dementia, which is related to age.

The latest study on individuals, especially men aged fifty or even older having non-Alzheimer’s dementia has revealed that a 3-month regimen consisting of 300 mg of phosphatidylethanolamine every day was sufficient for drastically improving mental function, as per book written by Dr. Russel L. Blaylock, i.e. ‘Excitotoxins’. In a study, patients suffering from Alzheimer experienced improvements on the cognitive basis after having received just 100 mg of phosphatidylethanolamine for 3 months, whereas the other study went on to demonstrate that 400 mg of phosphatidylethanolamine/day led to psychological and neurological improvements on the short-term basis in the people undergoing Alzheimer’s.

In spite of varying of tested doses, results go on to ad upto a single thing: Novel hope for the people having suffered from mental decline that is related to age. Abilities of phosphatidylethanolamine look promising to such an extent that it has been called as the single finest means to conserve memory as well as the other higher functions of brain as the old age approaches. This drug can be created by having put soy lecithin through enzymatic process which happens to change phosphatidylcholine in to phosphatidylethanolamine.

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