For the past decade fucoidans has been extensively studied due to their varied benefits. These, independent studies suggest these benefits include, anticoagulant and antithrombotic, antivirus, antitumor and immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, blood lipids reducing, antioxidant and anticomplementary properties, activity against hepatopathy, uropathy and renalpathy, gastric protective effects and therapeutic potential in surgery. Additionally, published papers have reported that fucoidan may exert a range of beneficial effects on the human immune system, including the reduction of allergic responses and the activation of dendritic cells, natural killer cells and T cells. It has also been shown that fucoidan has the potential to boost important anti-viral, anti-tumor and anti-aging responses.
BOOST THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Several human studies suggest it may stimulate immune functioning and boost antibody production after vaccination.
Lab studies suggest that fucoidan has anti-inflammatory properties. Human studies are needed.
PREVENT CANCER & BLOOD CLOTS
Lab studies show that fucoidan has antitumor properties and it slows the production of blood clots.
LOWER THE BLOOD PREASURE
A study in overweight and obese adults suggests that fucoidan used over a sustained period may decrease blood pressure and “bad” cholesterol levels. Confirming studies are needed.
According to the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Fucoidan is a sulfated polysaccharide found in the cell walls of many species of brown seaweed. In vitro studies show that it has antitumor, antiangiogenic (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6), antiviral (10) (11), antiarthritic (12), and immunomodulatory (13) effects. Fucoidan also exhibited neuroprotective (14) (15), radioprotective (16), and antiulcer (17) properties.
Existing researches demonstrates that fucoidan can can eliminate tumor cells, delay tumor growth and synergize with anticancer chemotherapy drugs in vitro, in vivo and in clinical trials. Additional research shows that Fucoidan can active natural killer cells and macropages that directly exert anti-cancer actions. (19)
Fucoidan has been well-investigated for its immunostimulating effect. Immunostimulating means activating the body's immune system. By strengthening the immune system, living things can protect themselves. Research has shows that fucoidan derived from Mozuku, fucoidan derived from Mekabu activates the body's Natural Killer Cells which strengthens the immune system (24). Additionally, Fucoidans show a wide spectrum of biological effects, such as anti-coagulant and anti-thrombotic properties, anti-viral, anti-tumor, immunomodulatory, anti-oxidant, and anti-complement functions
Diarrhea, which improved immediately after stopping fucoidan administration (18)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS FUCOIDAN LONGEVITY BOOSTER?
This is a powerful anti-inflammatory antioxidant blend with rejuvenating properties. The main ingredient of this proprietary blend is fucoidan, a complex polysaccharide found in many species of brown seaweed. We will use “Nano Fucoidan Extract”.
WHAT IS NANO FUCOIDAN EXTRACT?
“Nano Fucoidan Extract” is produced from Okinawan mozuku fucoidan which is derived through a patented unique manufacturing process.
WHAT IS THE NANO FUCOIDAN EQUIVALENT TO IN ORDINARY FUCOIDAN?
36,000mg nano fucoidan (equivalent to 180,000mg of ordinary fucoidan) per container. This means you can take 1/5 of the nano fucoidan for the equivalent in ordinary fucoidan.
WHAT RESEARCH HAS BEEN DONE ON FUCOIDAN?
For the past decade fucoidans has been extensively studied due to their varied benefits. These, independent studies suggest these benefits include, anticoagulant and antithrombotic, antivirus, antitumor and immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, blood lipids reducing, antioxidant and anticomplementary properties.
WHEN WILL THE PRODUCT BE AVAILABLE?
The Company estimates that it will launch these products under the Commodity Wellness name in July 2021.
WHAT WILL THE FUCOIDAN LONGEVITY BOOSTER CONTAIN?
We are currently finalizing the product formula. But we expect the initial product will be a capsule.
WHAT IS THE EFFECTIVE DOSAGE OF FUCOIDAN?
Based on the results of various research conducted by the Foundation Research Lab, we recommend that you take at least 1 to 2 g of fucoidan to fight adult lifestyle-related diseases, or at least 3 to 6 g to fight cancer and other malignant diseases. Since the activity of immune cells that control immunity increases in the active period (daytime) and decreases in the inactive period (nighttime), taking fucoidan four times a day (morning, noon, night, before sleep) should boost the immune cells more effectively.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF FUCOIDAN?
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