- UridineCholinergic SupplementMemory RecallAttentionNeuro- plasticity
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Top Uridine Products* ❯View User Ratings* ❯*Affiliate LinksOVERVIEW: Uridine is a nucleoside and is found in RNA, but not DNA. It is a substrate for phospholipid synthesis in the brain. READ MORE...USED FOR: Memory, Learning, Focus, Brain Health, Anti-Aging, Mood, Cognitive Decline, Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia and Age-Related Memory Loss.MECHANISM: Uridine increases levels of phosphatidylcholine in the brain, which is incorporated into neuron membranes. It may improve synaptic communication and neuron health. READ MORE...DOSAGE: 500mg to 2,000mg per day; Taken 1-2 times a day.SIDE EFFECTS: Few side effects reported in research studies, but may cause headaches, nausea, dizziness or diarrhea. READ MORE...INTERACTIONS: No Known Drug or Supplement Interactions.RELATED SUPPLEMENTS: Choline, Alpha GPC, Citicoline, Phosphatidylcholine, DMAE, Lecithin, Centrophenoxine, PhosphatidylserineTop Related Supplements
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Just a question: Since recent theories of Alzheimer’s Disease note that hyperphosphorylation results in a damaged and destructive form of (otherwise normal,good)TAU causing tangles. So is it a good idea to take TAU without one of the substances known to inhibit that process?
I was about to start a TAU supplement based upon the earlier thinking that a loss of ACH caused beta-amyloid and that somehow TAU was the good cop.Now I wonder.
I don’t think triacetyluridine and the TAU protein implicated in Alzheimer’s are the same thing.