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Phosphatidylserine

Phosphatidylserine

Phosphatidylserine

Phosphatidylserine is part of the phospholipid family. It helps the maintenance of cell membranes, the growth of these cells, their secretion and communication. It also increases memory, concentration and learning ability by strengthening the functioning of the brain and providing a bonus of concentration. This is possible because it is part of the electrical protection of the neurons and function as a union between them. The nerve impulses that pass through the brain are not lost. You will find Phosphatidylserine in the following HealthBox add-ons: Memo

Phospholipids

Phospholipids

Phospholipids

Phospholipids are part of all the active membranes of cells. They are fundamental for the cells to exist as such and are responsible for the transmission of signals to the interior of the cell.

Potassium

Potassium

Potassium

Potassium (K) is a macromineral with important functions at the level of muscle and nervous system.

The most important functions are:

Essential for the correct growth of the organism.

It is part of the bones.

Participates in the osmotic balance: concentration of substances inside and outside the cells.

It is involved in the production of proteins from its main components, amino acids.

It intervenes in the metabolism of carbohydrates.

It helps in the permeability of the membranes.

It is essential for the synthesis of muscles.

Participates in chemical reactions.

It is involved in nerve transmission.

Participates in muscle contraction.

Prebiotic

Prebiotic

Prebiotic

Prebiotics are a type of carbohydrate that our intestine cannot digest. They have the ability to selectively modify the intestinal flora, as they are used by probiotics as a food substrate.

In this way, they favour the development of beneficial bacteria in the intestine, decreasing the amount of potentially pathogenic microorganisms.

Premenstrual

Premenstrual

Premenstrual

Premenstrual syndrome, or PMS, is a group of symptoms that begin one or two weeks before menstruation. Most women have at least some symptoms of PMS, which disappear when menstruation begins.

Common symptoms may include: swollen and painful breasts, acne, headache or joint pain, cravings, irritability, mood swings, crying spells, and depression.