S-PSSoybean-derived Phosphatidylserine
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While the book's ostensible purpose is to teach traditionalist Americans how to be good "T-warriors," much of it chronicles O'Reilly's own battle with the evil S-PS.
Personal vendettas aside, O'Reilly's case against the dreaded S-PS boils down to this: The traditionalists believe in America, free enterprise, family, faith, personal responsibility, tough penalties for criminals, and Christmas, while the S-Ps are in favor of internationalism, exorbitant taxes, a God-free public square, an any-thing-goes morality, coddling criminals, and "Happy Holidays.
Subjects were allocated at random to one of the three treatment groups: placebo, 300 mg S-PS daily, or 600 mg S-PS daily.