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Phosphatidylserine use

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    bigyinn84
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    Hey Christian 

    I’ve just bought some phosphatidylserine (soya derived) would you mind explaining how much is safe to use I’ve seen your recommendation of 600-800mg pwo and 5gram glycine. Is there any more benefits to using it more frequently  through the day?. I don’t think my cortisol is out of whack I get up in the morning ok and have no problem falling asleep at night  but I do seem to hold water quite easily around my stomach and lower back.

    Thankyou in advance 

    Aaron

    #21003

    I changed my recommendations to 600-800mg PRE workout. Turns out that PPS is cortisol MODULATOR not inhibitor, it will decrease it when it’s too high but will not decrease it down to excessively low levels so it can be taken pre-workout without problems.

    And yes you can use it several times throughout the day if your level of stress is high. It’s a modulator so it will not decrease your levels too much

     

    #21017

    bigyinn84
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    Would using it pre cardio be beneficial?.

    Thankyou in advance 

    Aaron 

    #21023

    Unless we are talking more than an hour OR very intense intervals, not really

    #29868

    aaronperera85
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    Hi Christian, 

    Do you have any insight in regards to Soy and Non-soy phosphatidylserine? 

    I’ve purchased the soy based Ps-100 (https://au.iherb.com/pr/jarrow-formulas-ps-100-phosphatidylserine-100-mg-120-capsules/280) however I’m concerned about creating another hormone imbalance in trying to fix the cortisol one. 

    Sun flower lecithin is the alternative (https://www.amazon.com/Phosphatidylserine-Phosphatidyl-Sunflower-Natural-Allergen-Free/dp/B00UP9T9JY). 

    Interested to hear your thoughts. 

    Thanks, 

     

    Aaron

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