Trehalose, also known as mycose, is an alpha-linked (disaccharide) sugar found extensively but not abundantly in nature. Trehalose is consumed as part of a normal diet in mushrooms, honey, lobster, shrimp and foods produced using baker's and brewer's yeast.
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I have been consuming Trehalose for almost a week now. I am at a point in my progression where it is very difficult for me to get out of my chair. I can do it only 50% of the time. So I can detect small changes in my strength in theory. So far there has been no change except perhaps a little decline consistent with my current rate of progression. Certainly no improvement.
Side effect: very mild nausea
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