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Seriphos (100 capsules)

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• Supports healthy cortisol levels
• Improves adaptability to stress
• Enhances positive mood
• Calms occasional anxiety
• Supports cognitive function

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Stress is a common feature of everyday life that can raise cortisol levels and lead to
significant health problems. Seriphos was developed to aid in lowering cortisol when
cortisol levels are elevated due to acute and chronic stress.
Seriphos contains key nutrients for stress resiliency.* It provides pure phosphorylated
serine along with a synergistic blend of magnesium and calcium ethanolamine
phosphates to promote a more balanced and healthy stress response.* Phosphorylated
serine and ethanolamine phosphate serve as metabolic building blocks for the synthesis
of phosphatidylserine and phosphatidylethanolamine, cell membrane phospholipids that
regulate key aspects of cellular function. The synergistic formulation of pure
phosphorylated serine, ethanolamine phosphate, and mineral salts in Seriphos provides
optimal absorption and bioavailability

Seriphos provides phosphorylated serine in a chelate
form of magnesium and calcium. Each capsule of
Seriphos contains 1000 mg of a proprietary blend that
supplies 90 mg of serine phosphate in a base of
magnesium and calcium ethanolamine phosphates.
The amounts of mineral nutrients provided per capsule
are 45 mg of elemental magnesium, 45 mg of elemental
calcium, and 190 mg of elemental phosphorus.

How does Seriphos work?
Seriphos contains phosphorylated serine with ethanolamine
phosphate, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus. Evidence
suggests that the ingredients in Seriphos support the stress
response by normalizing cortisol levels and reducing an individual’s
perceived negative response to stress.

What the research shows:
Phospholipids: Phosphorylated serine and ethanolamine
phosphate serve as metabolic building blocks for phospholipids
such as phosphatidylserine. Research shows that nutritional
supplementation with phosphatidylserine supports healthy
cortisol levels, improves adaptability to stress, enhances mood,
calms anxiety, and supports cognitive function.*1-3 In elderly
patients with elevated cortisol, phosphatidylserine normalizes the
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis response.*4
Phosphatidylserine supplementation also improves cortisol levels,
diurnal cortisol rhythms, and mood in some elderly patients with
depression.*5 In chronically-stressed adults, phosphatidylserine
blunts elevated cortisol and adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)
levels, enhances mood, calms anxiety, and attenuates perceived
mental and emotional stress.*6-9 In healthy young adults,
phosphatidylserine supplementation blunts cortisol and ACTH
responses to strenuous exercise, reduces post-exercise muscle
soreness, and enhances perception of well-being.*10-12
Magnesium: Supplemental magnesium has been shown to lower
cortisol and insulin levels, while improving swimming and running
times in competitive triathletes.*13 Magnesium appears to be
depleted by high levels of circulating catecholamines during
stress.14 In addition, low magnesium levels can worsen the overall
cumulative negative effects of the stress response.15 Magnesium
levels are often low in diabetics, and supplemental magnesium can
help restore insulin sensitivity and stabilize blood sugar levels.*16
Calcium: Stress also may be worsened by depression and anxiety.
Low calcium levels are associated with mood symptoms, including
anxiety and depression.17 Researchers have hypothesized that
premenstrual syndrome is a cyclic manifestation of low calcium
levels. Supplemental calcium has been shown to alleviate PMS
symptoms and may improve mood symptoms in individuals with
marginal calcium status.*18


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