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Goldie is diabetic and she is seeing benefits from the Trehalose Complex.

Part of the benefit of Trehalose is reducing the receptor damage, which will help the body sense sugar properly and utilize insulin better...

There is very little of the enzyme to break the Trehalose bond in the body, so very little of the Trehalose can be broken down to the glucose for use in the body.  


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It doesn't affect my blood sugar at all that I can tell, but, then, I am not diabetic. I have had problems in the past with having my blood sugar drop sharply after having something that was very sweet that caused a spike. Several in my family have the same problem. So I think if Trehalose were going to make my blood sugar drop very low after a spike it would have shown up before now.
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I do wish they sold samples of this stuff so people could try it for a few days and see for themselves how it affects them.

I mean, how are people going to simply try something when they can't return an opened container....... ???


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I surely hope there is an avenue that your friend's situation can take and that something will "click" for them concerning the grandson.   I have no idea why the child is on drugs to begin with that would cause such a physical reaction such as dark circles but I'm sure his parents are trying to resolve it as best they can.

I was functioning just fine (or so I thought) but I knew something was unbalanced in my life and I went searching in earnest to find it.  I am an excellent "listener" but the only person I couldn't hear properly was myself.  

If someone is not ready or tunes out something nothing is going to get through.

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Joy, the grandson is much better on the drug than he was without, and he has been to many specialists.... But he is a shadow of what he could be. I just can't help but wonder if Trehalose could help him. They have already tried many different approaches with diets and supplements. Some have helped but just not nearly enough. I am going to tell my friend about Trehalose because we share this sort of thing anyway if we find something that seems promising, and my guess is that she will try it first and go from there.

I know that my friend is concerned about other issues, too, because she just lost a beloved sister to severe Alzheimer's. So she would be glad to hear about Trehalose for herself. I only wish I had known about this a long time ago because I have other friends a good bit older than I am who could have no doubt benefited from it if they were still actually able to learn how to use. To tell you the truth, I wonder how many nursing homes could be emptied of a lot of their residents if those people were given Trehalose!

Oh, my, I can't help but dream....!
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Has anyone found out how it effects diabetics or prediabetics or someone just being very careful with anything that raises blood sugar?


I have no way of knowing yet how it affects the diabetes part.. the next few blood test will show that.  

OH MY - MY headache is back.. and I realized that it was reduced because I was taking other things for my allergy attack.  sorry for me and others I might have raised expectations with my hope that they would go away.

I still hope so for the future because most assuredly other things are being cleared up on the inside and should make some sort of difference.  I do know that a few days worth is not a fair trail.  If you read and try it for what you read about - I think then you will be satisfied.  IF you think it does more than is promised, you may get disappointed.  

So hang in here and see what else gets reported. for instance, taking in more grapefruit is a big change .. taking it with lime might make a difference.. and what may or may not get changed will affect way more than just this or that..  





I will give it a try, in small doses 1/4 spoons during the day for a few month and by then I can know more about what it did for me.    


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...the grandson is much better on the drug than he was without, and he has been to many specialists.... But he is a shadow of what he could be. I just can't help but wonder if Trehalose could help him.

I thought I read that Trehalose Complex was not recommended for children, although, I can't find the reference now...


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Improved attention, perception and comprehension and refined sensuality.

For example:

I don't know how far I'll go tonight listening to the most fabulous performance of Mahler's 2nd symphony they are broadcasting right now in the Mezzo channel (European) - from a 2003 concert in Lucerne festival with Abbado (Mahler always p----s me off because he is painfully pessimist and cynical), BUT I can assure you, that never before had I such a clear, wonderful, rewarding experience listening to this magnificent work of art under the baton of Abbado, the most gentle and sensitive, heavenly talented, unbelievable conductor. Well this is no exaggeration. Incidentally, both Mahler and Abbado are Cancers (July 7th & June 26 respectively). Immense, sheer beauty.

Is this refined sensuality mainly in terms of sound, Yaeil?


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Just to reiterate:  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007C6ENDK

Amazon is saying that trehalose - Dr D' Adamo's formula is not for children.


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I thought I read that Trehalose Complex was not recommended for children, although, I can't find the reference now...


I thought I was clear that I understood that, but, on the other hand, you can't help but wonder which is worse, a drugged stupor or long term help from Trehalose. I don't know what they mean by "children," either. The teenager I was writing about is in his upper teens now. We really need a lot more information...... As to the why's and wherefore's, etc.


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From Spring: I wonder if eventually it won't be recommended for younger children. How much worse could it be than seeing a child going around in a drugged state?

Seems pretty clear that I was aware that it was not recommended for younger children at present! Do we like drugs better than Trehalose? I don't know but more information is desperately needed as to the why not's!

Actually, it doesn't even say on the container whether it is okay for children or not. I wonder why......

And, yes, I am aware of what they are saying on Amazon.....


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Oh, my, I can't help but dream....!
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Your enthusiasm is contageous.. stay that way..

As for children the accumulation of junk might not be as 'much' so there might be much less need for such cleanings.  Maybe time will tell..

What is wrong with the child that is not thriving?  There may be other things worth looking at..  

best wishes..


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Your enthusiasm is contageous.. stay that way..
As for children the accumulation of junk might not be as 'much' so there might be much less need for such cleanings.  Maybe time will tell..
What is wrong with the child that is not thriving?  There may be other things worth looking at..  Best wishes..

He has more than one problem, and he has been checked by many different specialists. The problems began to be noticeable when he was around four or five years old. At first, it seemed like hyperactivity, but it gradually progressed to other symptoms. His grandmother has worried for years that some of the problems were brought on by different young friends taking him 'way to often to get ice cream when he was so young. He was a highly intelligent, perfect, beautiful little child, and everyone loved him to death. It is just so sad..... It has aged his wonderful parents twenty years and his younger brother stays in protection mode all the time looking out for him one way or another. It is no surprise that his mother had breast cancer at a relatively young age. She has dedicated her life for years to supplying wholesome food and supplements with absolutely NO junk for her family. How all of them keep such a wonderful attitude is beyond me, because right now, even though medication is working most of the time, there does not seem to be anything in their future except to grow old trying to deal with this situation. And yet, you would never know that to look at them!

I don't think that teenagers in this condition would require anything like what people my age would need, but I can't help but wonder if a little wouldn't go a long with helping their poor brains get more focused.


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She has dedicated her life for years to supplying wholesome food and supplements with absolutely NO junk for her family. How all of them keep such a wonderful attitude is beyond me, because right now, even though medication is working most of the time, there does not seem to be anything in their future except to grow old trying to deal with this situation. And yet, you would never know that to look at them!

I don't think that teenagers in this condition would require anything like what people my age would need, but I can't help but wonder if a little wouldn't go a long with helping their poor brains get more focused.


Perhaps this was mentioned earlier, but feeding him the appropriate food for his blood type wouldn't hurt.  As we know, what is wholesome and nutrition for one may be poison for another.



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Is this refined sensuality mainly in terms of sound, Yaeil?
Not at all. It's just that music has a way of opening many channels. I am used to and relatively comfortable with talking about it. Does "enhanced sensuousness" sound better? Or better, the senses come alive. Naturally healthier brain brings about enhancement of many physical and mental faculties.



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Perhaps this was mentioned earlier, but feeding him the appropriate food for his blood type wouldn't hurt.  As we know, what is wholesome and nutrition for one may be poison for another.


Of course, having been on the diet for over twelve years, I couldn't agree with you more. But, she is a registered nurse with all the best intentions in the world. In spite of the all-too-common mindset, however, she has, through a lot of trial and error, pinpointed a lot of foods that she knows he shouldn't eat.

When you are close to a situation like this, and you have seen the full blown stress, including her mastectomy with all that entailed, it is really hard to add even a little more to the mix with sometimes humongous changes in diets, etc.. We know ourselves that if we had to learn even part of what we know on a fast track, we would get bogged down for a bit, even in the best of circumstances.

I might add, also, that through all this trauma, she has done a wonderful job of home-schooling since her son was not able to fit into a normal classroom. Both sons have excelled, though, with and through her strong leadership. During the worst of her surgical recovery and treatments, she did allow her dad to teach their classes because he is, after all, a retired college professor and well able to do so.

But, anyway, we will see how things unfold after I talk to my friend, and she has tried the supplement herself.



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Music has a way of opening many channels. Does "enhanced sensuousness" sound better? Or better, the senses come alive. Naturally healthier brain brings about enhancement of many physical and mental faculties.

Oh, yes, music plays a huge part in the lives of the family I was talking about! And it does ours!! For instance, they have a beautiful baby grand, and it is played on a regular basis by all of them. I don't think there has been anything of that nature left undone......


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HI,

I am a blood type A who is currently taking Trehelose to enhance my memory.  Since this product is made up of sugar, is it going to make me gain weight?    
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It is pretty clear from what others have posted on the other Trehalose threads that none have gained weight taking Trehalose. If they have, they have not reported it! I have lost weight myself!   


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I am a blood type A who is currently taking Trehelose to enhance my memory.  Since this product is made up of sugar, is it going to make me gain weight?

First, the recommended amount is 2 tsp. per day.  Which is not a huge caloric addition to a diet.

Second, the Trehalose portion of the Trehalose Complex will be used as it is, a double glucose with a strong bond, which the body is not able to utilize as glucose.  It is used to stimulate nerve healing.  

Trehalose makes up about 3/4 of the product and almost 1/3 of the remainder is modified citrus pectin, which is not a sugar, so only about 1/6 of the 2 tsp. or 1/3 teaspoon is about all of the sugar that will be used as sugar, the D-Ribose portion.

I really doubt that an extra 1/3 teaspoon of sugar per day will be a cause for weight gain.  Especially considering the benefit that the autophagy will bring.  It will probably stimulate weight loss as your cells use some of the "excess parts" sitting around in your warehouse...


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Excellent description of this wonderful supplement, ABJoe!! I will save it in my Trehalose stuff! I like the "warehouse" name for the places where all the "junk" is hanging around. Makes you wonder just how much it really does weigh! It is about as welcome as the junk that is so determined to accumulate in our garages, etc.!  


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It's spelled "trehalose", everywhere I've seen. (thread title/OP spelled "trehelose": Those who aren't familiar with it will try to look it up?)


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Fixed title spelling...  Thanks!


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I am a blood type A who is currently taking Trehelose to enhance my memory.  Since this product is made up of sugar, is it going to make me gain weight?
First, the recommended amount is 2 tsp. per day.  Which is not a huge caloric addition to a diet.

Second, the Trehalose portion of the Trehalose Complex will be used as it is, a double glucose with a strong bond, which the body is not able to utilize as glucose.  It is used to stimulate nerve healing.  

Trehalose makes up about 3/4 of the product and almost 1/3 of the remainder is modified citrus pectin, which is not a sugar, so only about 1/6 of the 2 tsp. or 1/3 teaspoon is about all of the sugar that will be used as sugar, the D-Ribose portion.

I really doubt that an extra 1/3 teaspoon of sugar per day will be a cause for weight gain.  Especially considering the benefit that the autophagy will bring.  It will probably stimulate weight loss as your cells use some of the "excess parts" sitting around in your warehouse...


This is good info it should go to the other thread.. so all is in one place.. just saying..


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