White Bear Lake, MN - The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, November 26, 2002, published an article in their Aches & Claims column entitled “Can a Pill Boost Your Memory?”, which addressed the myriad nutraceuticals typically found in memory enhancing supplements. Intended not only to “reduce age-related mental decline” for seniors, but also to “promote fast thinking” in younger people, not all of the popular ingredients perform as promised, the article said. Phosphatidylserine, or PS as it is commonly called, was highly recommended as an effective memory supplement ingredient, as the article advised people to, “Stick with supplements that contain only PS, or PS along with antioxidants.”
“We are very excited to see PS get this kind of exposure, said Scott Hagerman, president of Chemi Nutra. “Since introducing PS to the US nutrition industry in 1994, Chemi remains at the forefront with this novel memory enhancing nutraceutical, and this accurate reporting further supports the well acknowledged health claims for PS.”
Chemi Nutra is the US branch of parent company Chemi S.p.A., a privately held pharmaceutical and nutraceutical company based in Milan, Italy. Chemi, with cGMP certified manufacturing facilities in Italy and Brazil, is best known in the US nutritional arena for its introduction of phosphatidylserine (PS), the popular dietary supplement used to enhance learning, memory, and concentration.