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Dr. D
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The results suggest that trehalose may have antidepressant-like properties. It is hypothesized that these behavioral changes could be related to trehalose effects to enhance autophagy


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23644913?dopt=Citation


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Thanks for that information.  This is yet another benefit to continue taking Trehalose.

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I think anyone who read my original thread about Trehalose would gather that it definitely has a positive effect on mood! The WOW factor to the nth! It is good to see that PubMed is getting into the act.   

And besides that, my eye is still "fixed," and if that wouldn't add to the WOW factor, I don't know what would! ----Besides other interesting, exciting benefits!


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Just what I wrote about during the first few days I started to take the Trehalose Complex...  

Dr. D.. do you suggest that its the Trehalose that makes one feel better?

or is it the combo with the D-Ribose?

and please, could children take plain Trehalose? what age?  

Or what age for Trehalose Complex for children?
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Would plain Trehalose be ok for children with autism age 11? or at what age/weight?

Would Trehalose Complex be ok for children with autism???? age 11? or what age?

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Is there a difference in Trehalose's from mushrooms or from corn?  

Should some experiment with more spoon fulls? per day, replacing all white sugar??

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Could it help young people with ADHD?? at what age? what amount?

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How much Trehalose Complex for diabtic children or adults to replace all sugars??  


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Trehalose sure does keep my emotional level in the cheerful range.  Quite impressive!



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Trehalose sure does keep my emotional level in the cheerful range.  Quite impressive!


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Spring, TC fixed your eye?  What was wrong with it?



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Spring, TC fixed your eye?  What was wrong with it?


I gave a full explanation in the Trehalose thread, but in short, one eyelid was about one-third lower than the other and had been that way since I can remember - all the way back to when I was a child over sixty years ago. After I had been taking TC for a while I began to notice something peculiar about the way my eyes looked. Finally, I took a good look at them and discovered that my eyelid was no longer lower than the other. What a surprise! I assumed that there was a malfunctioning nerve that got fixed. Whatever it was, I was happy!


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I gave a full explanation in the Trehalose thread, but in short, one eyelid was about one-third lower than the other and had been that way since I can remember - all the way back to when I was a child over sixty years ago. After I had been taking TC for a while I began to notice something peculiar about the way my eyes looked. Finally, I took a good look at them and discovered that my eyelid was no longer lower than the other. What a surprise! I assumed that there was a malfunctioning nerve that got fixed. Whatever it was, I was happy!


WOW, impressive!  TC made your eyelid feel very happy!

How much do you take per day?


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After I gradually worked up to around two teaspoons per day, I took that for a long time, then lowered it back down to once per day. Works for me!


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goldie, contact customer service with your questions......perhaps they ll give you some guidance


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After I gradually worked up to around two teaspoons per day, I took that for a long time, then lowered it back down to once per day. Works for me!


I still find it amazing that TC corrected something that you had for most of your life!  What do you
mean by a long time?  A year or more?


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I think anyone who read my original thread about Trehalose would gather that it definitely has a positive effect on mood!  
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-pres/m-1328006355/s-0/
Yes, Trehalose Complex is definitely Wow!

Lots of testimonials in there!



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I still find it amazing that TC corrected something that you had for most of your life!  What do you mean by a long time?  A year or more?

I started taking TC around April 16, 2012. I don't remember exactly the day I began to notice something different, but I know for certainty that it was "fixed" by the first of October, 2012, because I remember showing it to my sister when I saw her at that time. About a month after that was when I lowered my dose to 1 teaspoon.


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I think anyone who read my original thread about Trehalose would gather that it definitely has a positive effect on mood!


The link to this should be added to the old thread.. for when people search for it..  


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