PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE – also known as kephalin, belongs to the components of phospholipids. Most of it may be in the brain. Kephalins are able to participate in many chemical processes. Participates in the production of lecithin. Phosphatidylethanolamine affects the integrity of cell membranes and helps build the inner layer of membranes (lipid part). It is possible that some ethanolamine derivatives will affect peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (PPARs). These receptors are located in adipose tissue, so they will affect lipid metabolism.

Phosphatidylethanolamine is an ingredient that can be found in some vitamin, nutritional and functional supplements, and is often combined with other phospholipids in these foods.

Dosage: 3-6 mg per day.