Sharp•PS® Solutions harness Phosphatidylserine (PS), a clinically proven nutrient, to support and improve mind and body performance in children and adults of all ages
Phosphatidylserine (PS) is a building block of our body’s cells. It is responsible for communication between brain cells and helps preserve optimal hormonal balance. Sharp•PS® Solutions harness this nutrient to support a variety of mind and body health benefits in people of all ages. Clinically proven Sharp•PS® Solutions offer superior organoleptic properties, and are covered by regulatory approvals around the world. Available in a range of patented grades, including a unique PS product from sunflowers and a novel PS grade combined with omega-3, Sharp•PS® Solutions open opportunities in a wide range of applications and target markets.
People of all ages are interested in preserving and improving their cognitive abilities: children who need to improve their attention and learning, students striving to learn complex material, adults working at intellectually challenging jobs, and seniors concerned about age-related cognitive impairment.Read more
Sport is an important part of day-to-day life, particularly among adults seeking to maintain a healthy and fit lifestyle for the long term, and many people are increasingly seeking to improve their exercise experience.
Increasing numbers of people report they have experienced occasional mood changes and gloominess. This is particularly common among older people and women. Whether experienced as a short-lived problem or an occasional gloomy feeling, mood changes affect people’s ability to function properly in their jobs, studies and personal lives.Read more
People of every age are experiencing occasional moments of stress caused by studies, work, family pressures, money and health concerns, and the general economic environment. Stress may affect health and wellbeing.Read more
The natural process of skin aging results in collagen depletion, formation of wrinkles, reduced moisture, and other types of photo-damage.
Many factors that contribute to skin aging are unavoidable, or at best can only be limited. Smoking and sun exposure are contributors to skin aging. Because the body’s natural defense system against photo-damage becomes less effective with age, aging skin is more susceptible to the damaging effects of UV exposure.