PLASMALOGEN & BRAIN FUNCTIONS
Plasmalogens are a type of phospholipid present in almost all human tissues, most abundantly in the brain. It declines after age 30 and research indicated that this decline affects memory, focus & brain performance.
Scallop is a better source of plasmalogen for use by humans as its structure is closest to plasmalogens found in the human body thus far. Other plasmalogen sources include krill oil, cow & chicken breast and shark liver oil.