Healthspan’s Memo Plus contains a group of fats called phospholipids. Phosphatidyl serine is a phospholipid that forms a fundamental part of human brain cell membranes and its beneficial effects have gained phospholipids the significant scientific kudos as an essential nutrient due to its increased prominence in the membranes of human brain cells
During the last decade it has become increasingly clear that certain key nutrients have a special function in helping to maintain normal cognitive function. As such each Healthspan Memo Plus capsule provides 100mg pure phosphatidyl serine as part of a 350mg advanced soy-derived phospholipid complex, together with 175mg of concentrated fish oil, which contains the beneficial Omega 3 fatty acids DHA and EPA. DHA has been shown to help support normal cognitive function and is often found alongside phosphatidyl serine in brain cell membranes.
Memo Plus is an advanced one-a-day supplement which is the ideal and convenient way to safeguard your intake of these essential nutrients for optimal cognitive health and improved memory functions. We tried the supplement for 8 weeks and although it was difficult to accurately measure an improvement in cognitive function the reviewer did report that their overall sense of wellbeing had improved and the capsules were easy to swallow.
Since it contains fish oil and fish gelatin, these capsules are not suitable for vegetarians or vegans but can be taken by pescetarians.
Memo Plus costs £13.95 for 2 months supply of 60 tablets and is available from www.healthspan.co.uk