The Nutrient That Helps YOUR BRAIN ACT 12 YEARS YOUNGER!

Extreme stress can lead to a noticeable uptick in memory slips and difficulty staying focused, but Mayo Clinic experts report that supplementing with a compound called phosphatidylserine (PS) can reverse these brain blips. In one study of adults struggling with memory lapses, taking a PS supplement for three months turned the clock back 12 years, helping their brain perform as if they were much younger. To get the benefits, I recommend getting at least 100 mg. of PS per day.

You can find 100mg of phosphatidylserine in the Ultra H-3 Plus daily supplement from UNI KEY Health

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  1. Liz

    The has been a miracle nutrient for me ever since menopause when I noticed a memory decline.

  2. Sally

    Since I’m in my 70’s I can use all the help I can get to remember things. This sounds interesting to try.

  3. Lolly

    This looks interesting. I’ve never heard of it before but it is worth a try. I’m so darn forgetful!

    • Liz

      Lolly, Many people have said that the Ultra H-3 helps them with their memory.

  4. Vickie

    I didn’t know stress was a factor in memory slips. I’m going to try the Ultra H-3 Plus

    • Liz

      Vickie, So glad you will be benefitting from the many brain nutrients to help with your memory.

    • Liz

      Vickie, Having a good memory is another reason to take care of your stress levels. The Ultra H-3 has so many proven nutrients to help with memory as well.

  5. Delia Garcia

    Where can I buy this?

  6. Liz

    Sally, Ultra H-3 provides 11 nutrients to help with memory and improve brain function into our 7u’s and beyond.


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