Brain cells need PS (phosphatidylserine), the main component in Neuroclear™ Gold Plus, to perform the essential synapse and neurotransmitter processing tasks we do all day long (and night!).
Neuroclear™ Gold Plus is a nootropic that supports all facets of cognitive function and brain health.
Used by people of all ages to help support a range of issues like: ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s.
PS has been used and studied for over 30 years! It’s not a “fad” or a “gimmick” product - it’s a tried and true BEST SELLER at Vitamin World.
In clinical trials, when compared to a placebo, PS has consistently been shown to support memory, learning, attention, and mental clarity (take a deeper dive below) In addition to this amazing phospholipid that facilitates the function of brain cells, Neuroclear™.
Gold Plus contains:
Tip: You’ll see the best results by taking the suggested serving size on the product label.
Tip: While you can get PS from certain foods naturally, you will not get a sufficient amount through food to reap the benefits.
Q: “Why should I use this over other similar advertised products?”
A: The simple answer is that Phosphatidylserine (PS) has been around a lot longer than the advertised items on TV. PS has has clinical studies done over time and the reviews from customers have been great! I have regular customers purchase this product time and time again because it WORKS. We have customers using it to help with conditions they have, and it runs the spectrum from young to old and through all types of cognitive issues that people face. The additional ingredients are an added bonus because, these items too have been around for a long time and are known for aiding brain health.
Q: What is phosphatidylserine good for?
A: Brain cells need phosphatidylserine (PS) to perform the essential synapse and neurotransmitter work we do all day (and night) long. It is a nootropic that supports all facets of cognitive function and brain health.
Q: How long does it take phosphatidylserine to work?
A: The clinical trials associated with touting the benefits of PS took place over 12 weeks, or 3 months, time. Some people have reported results occurring earlier than 12 weeks, but it is best to take it the full 3 months before assessing whether or not it is working for you.
Q: Is phosphatidylserine good for anxiety?
A: Some studies suggest that supplemental phosphatidylserine can aid in the natural treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) by decreasing the level of cortisol production in the brain.