SharpPS® Green – Phosphatidyl Serine 60% from Sunflower (Soy-Free)
Cognitive Health, Energy & Focus, Sports & Performance Nutrition, Children’s Health, Animal Health
SharpPS® Green is a novel, all-natural source of Phosphatidyl Serine produced from Sunflower Lecithin. Unlike traditional soy based Phosphatidyl Serine, it is soy-free and allergen-free making it an excellent option for those seeking allergen-free labeling; it can additionally be labeled as non-GMO.
Phosphatidyl Serine (PS) is a naturally occurring phospholipid that is consumed as part of a normal diet. Clinical studies indicate that supplemental Phosphatidyl Serine may be beneficial for memory loss conditions, cognitive performance, improving mood and learning disabilities.
Phosphatidyl Serine has also been shown to improve the exercise experience, by demonstrating the ability to help with increasing the time to exhaustion, allowing for optimal utilization of training time; improving recovery following training; and also with reducing muscle soreness following training.
NutriScience also offers SharpPS® 70P (Phosphatidyl Serine from Soy)
SharpPS® is part of an exclusive portfolio of proprietary ingredients from NutriScience Innovations, LLC and is a registered trademark of Frutarom.
Features & Benefits
- The sunflowers used to produce SharpPS® Green are grown on controlled farms in Europe and have a lower impact on the environment.
- SharpPS® Green can be labelled as allergen-free and non-GMO
- Consumption of phosphatidylserine may reduce the risk of dementia and cognitive dysfunction in the elderly.
- Dietary Supplements
- Functional Foods
SharpPS® is a highly researched ingredient, clinically shown to improve cognition, relief of daily stress and seasonal mood changes, and to have beneﬁts for the skin and muscle health. It is a unique compound for body and mind.
Formulating with SharpPS® Green
SharpPS® Green is available in a 60% Powder and is suitable for a variety of applications. It offers superior color, texture and flowability.
SharpPS® Green has been accepted as GRAS and Novel Food.