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🚗 | Paramylon EOD-1 stimulates "intestinal acupoints" to reduce fatigue, and activates the nervous system, immune system, and endocrine system ...


Paramylon EOD-1 stimulates "intestinal acupoints" to reduce fatigue and activates the nervous system, immune system, and endocrine system ...

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Finally, Dr. Naito said, "Human studies with paramylon (EOD-1) have confirmed reduction of mental and physical fatigue and improvement of immunity, and the function of paramylon (EOD-1) exists in the intestine. It is thought that it is through the intestinal sensor function "intestinal acupoint" that senses the chemical and physical stimuli. "

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Paramylon(Paramylon) isstarchSimilar tocarbohydrate.Euglena OfchloroplastHelps the synthesis of carbohydrates and accumulates in the form of starch particles and paramylonchlorophyllThere is.ParamylonEuglena OfPyrenoidMade in.[1] Euglena have chlorophyll a and b,GlucoseIn a special form called paramylon starch, which is a multimer due to β1-,3 binding ofphotosynthesisAccumulate products.Paramylon has a rod-like shape called a paramylon bodyCytoplasmIt is made and stored as a whole.When viewed with an optical microscope, it usually looks like colorless or white particles.This shape makes paramylonEuglenaIs a characteristic of the species.[2]


  1. ^ Calvayrac, R ..; Laval-Martin, D ..; Briand, J ..; Farineau, J .. (1981). “Paramylon synthesis by Euglena gracilis photoheterotrophically grown under low O2 pressure”. Plant 153: 6. two:10.1007 / BF00385311. PMID 24276700. 
  2. ^ Monfils, AK; Triemer, RE; Bellairs, EF (2011). “characterization of paramylon morphological diversity in photosynthetic euglenoids (Euglenales, Euglenophyta)”. Phycologia 50 (2): 156. two:10.2216 / 09-112.1. 


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