D-Serine

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$30.99

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D-Serine

Product Size: 90g

Experiencing brain drain? Always forget where you put your keys? Let us help restore your memory to that of your 20s…or for some of us even better. D-Serine is a natural key regulator in the formation of memories. It is an amino acid naturally synthesized in brain cells which aide in long-term potentiation (or in other words, the consolidation) of long term memories. Administration of D-Serine has been shown to enhance learning and working memory. D-Serine can be used to optimize your brain’s ability to learn and recall complex functions. So whether you could use the boost in your education, personal or social life, let Prototype Nutrition help optimize your mental performance and enhance your life.

Suggested Use: It is recommended that you dissolve one scoop of D-Serine in 4 to 8 ounces of liquid twice daily.

Due to the sensitive and highly limited resources and products used in the Prototype line, for customer safety, we do not accept returns as returned items cannot be restocked. Please carefully consider this before your purchase.

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Good supplement, wish it cheaper* - Review by Adrian
I got to try a bottle of this supplement on a contest win. Now, I've tried nearly every basic nootropic out there.

D-Serine is different. It bascially only assisted me in memory function but I must say it did it well. I forget when I put my keys (amongst other important work details) ALL the time. My memory was banging and on point when I used this.
So...if memory retention is of upmost importance to you and you're not looking for anything else this is a good way to go. There is no taste and while sand-like in texture it will dissolve decently when mixed with other fluids. I made sure not to take with other aminos in case of competition but I believe PT informed me this wouldn't be a problem anyway. (Posted on 6/29/14)