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Re: phosphatidal serine vs phosphorylated serine?
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Re: phosphatidal serine vs phosphorylated serine?

What you want is a compound called "Seriphos". I copied and pasted below the info from Amazon. com product listing but you can get it from many other sources, probably a little cheaper. This is what I was given for a time to LOWER cortisol. The doctors at the Clymer Healing Research Center in Pennsylvania have used it for many years for that purpose and they were the ones who initially suggested it to me. They suggested using it only after I had a 4 part saliva test to confirm I indeed had high nighttime cortisol. As I've mentioned in some other posts you don't even need a doctor to run this test. You can order it from many sources but my favorite is
They use Pharmasan Labs to process the tests, which is the same lab used by Clymer (they use Diagnos-Techs Lab as well).

InterPlexus, Inc. Seriphosģ Phosphorylated Serine Adaptogen and Adrenal Support
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Product Features

Phosphorylated Serine (Brand Name Seriphosģ) Provides Activated, Or Phosphorylated, Serine
This Is Provided In A Chelate Form Of Magnesium And Calcium
Seriphosģ Is A Pure Product, Not Derived From Animal Tissue
The Serine Is From Vegetable Sources
The Phosphate Is From A Pure Phosphate Donor Compound


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