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2. Cortisol Reduction. We have already discussed Vitamin C's cortisol-reducing powers in my link on Why Take Vitamin C? However, phosphatidylserine and fish oil also have studies showing similar results. 
So is there any evidence that these three will improve help with erectile dysfunction? Well, there certainly is and I outline these in my page on Vitamin C and Erectile Dysfunction. As it turns out, Vitamin C is a pretty good Blood Flow Increaser and is worth considering in your arsenal.
Phosphatidylserine, by the way, is a famed nootropic, i.e. "brain booster". It is present in many foods. The reader took 100 mg/day, in order to keep it line with what you might get through diet. It is a somewhat expensive supplement but you can get it through Amazon: Natural Factors Phosphatidylserine 100mg 60-Count.
The reader also uses Ester-C (500 mg), same as myself. The fish oil that I use is Ascenta Nutrasea Omega-3s, which comes to the health food supermarket where I buy it in refrigerated trucks. I always bite open the first capsule in the container and have never had a fishy or rancid taste. In fact, two of my children actually take it by biting open the capsule since they are not too good on swallowing pills whole yet.
CAUTION: You should also read about Some Potential Risks of Vitamin C as well. To play it safe, it should probably be consumed only when you eating low fat.
CAUTION: If you have a medical condition or are on any medications, please discuss any changes with your doctor first. Certain supplements, foods and even juices can alter absorption rates of certain medications for example. Play it safe.
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4) J. Nutr, Sep 1 2002, 132(9):2506-2513, "Dietary Fish Oil Increases Acetylcholine- and Eicosanoid-Induced Contractility of Isolated Rat Ileum"
5) Diabetes Metab, 2003 Jun, 29(3):289-95, "Fish oil prevents the adrenal activation elicited by mental stress in healthy men"
6) J Int Soc Sports Nutr, 2008; 5:11, "The effects of phosphatidylserine on endocrine response to moderate intensity exercise "
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