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Long & Best Seller Ultra Low Molecular Weight Fucoidan
Long & Best Seller Ultra Low Molecular Weight Fucoidan
Long & Best Seller Ultra Low Molecular Weight Fucoidan
Long & Best Seller Ultra Low Molecular Weight Fucoidan

Long & Best Seller Ultra Low Molecular Weight Fucoidan

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worldpeace Japan

- Amino Fucoidan -


worldpeace Japan - Amino Fucoidan - Beverage 1,800ml

Ultra Small Molecular Fucoidan Beverage 1800ml

 

worldpeace inc. recommends "AMINO FUCOIDAN" which is made from TONGA MOZUKU and OKINAWA MOZUKU made in southern part of Japan.


Since AMINO FUCOIDAN is ultra small molecular weight liquid type fucoidan, any aged person whose body has weakened can be taken it very easily and Fucoidan penetrates deep into body.

※ High molecular weight fucoidan 1,000,000 - 2,000,000

  Small molecular weight fucoidan 5,000 - 1,000,000

  Less than 5,000 called ultra small molecular such as our AMINO FUCOIDAN

Nowadays, there are a lot of Fucoidan products in the world and we have been frequently asked " I don't know which fucoidan product I should buy." by our customers.

 We started studying and selling Fucoidan since 1998 and have been hearing and learning from our customers who had been taking Fucoidan for a long time and we have arrived at this conclusion.

Fucoidan is a high molecular weight under normal conditions and we think it's still good to take high molecular weight fucoidan when you are in fine conditions, however if you have serious disease or not good conditions, we highly recommend ultra small molecular weight Fucoidan in order to penetrate Fucoidan into your throughout the body.

 The taste of FUCOIDAN, everybody says it's exactly like MOZUKU ( brown algae.)

The color of Fucoidan is brown, and it's not tasty, however put Fucoidan in the refrigerator and cool it, much easier to drink.

We tried our children to drink FUCOIDAN and they could drink it with no problem.

But if you don't like taste of MOZUKU (brown algae), you probadribly can't stand the smell or the taste.

In that case, we recommend SEAFUCOIDAN DX Capsules, which is also super low molecular wight Fucoidan, not liquid but tablet type.

 We ship AMINO FUCOIDAN from Fukuoka Japan in cardboard box and we assume it takes 2 to 3 days to deliver within Japan, takes 7 to 10 days to overseas, if normal shipping conditions.

 "AMINO FUCOIDAN" is the most popular and best seller liquid type Fucoidan throughout 20 years.

 There are two types of AMINO FUCOIDAN, Sugarless and Honey added.

 Most of our customer prefer Sugarless one, because of quantity they drink Fucoidan. They drink Fucoidan 240ml - 400ml per a day. So if it tastes too sweet and they think not good to take too much sugar.

 As mentioned before, AMINO FUCOIDAN tastes exactly MOZUKU ( brown algae). If you don't like seaweed, we recommend to cool Fucoidan in the refrigerator or using straw to drink. You also have choice to take tablet Fucoidan.

 Recommended daily intake.

Take Fucoidan between meals, when your stomach is empty.

Maintain your health
30ml to 60ml a day
Lifestyle diseases
(mild)
240ml a day
Lifestyle diseases
(moderate)
320ml a day
Lifestyle diseases
(severe)
400ml a day

 

AMINO FUCOIDAN is not a medicine, it is Ultra Low Molecular Weight Natural Mozuku beverage. There is no limitation of quantity.

The average of our customer drinking quantity is 360ml a day, however there are a few customers who drink more than 600ml a day. So we recommend that at first 3 months, drink Fucoidan as much as possible, then after that, you can control and change dosage by your condition.

AMINO FUDOIDAN ingredient

MOZUKU extract
Honey ( only honey-added type )
Vitamin C
Citric Acid
Vitamin B6
Nicotinamide
Vitamin B1
Vitamin B2

 

Nutrition Facts : Serving size 100g

Sugarless type Honey added type
Calories 4kcal 17kcal
Carbohydrate 0.5g 4.1g
Total fat 0.1g 0.1g
Potassium 9.9mg 9.9mg
Vitamin B1 1mg 1mg
Dietary Fiber 0.5g 0.5g
Vitamin B6 1mg 1mg
Protein
0.1g 0.1g
Vitamin C 200mg 200mg
Sodium 23mg 23mg
Magnesium 7.8mg 7.8mg
Ash content
0.2g  0.2g 
Calcium 9.7mg 9.7mg
Vitamin B2 2mg 2mg

 

Other Nutrition Facts :
Serving size 1800ml

Fucidan 19620ml
Fucose 15480mg
Sulfate group 4230g
Fucoxanthin 7.2mg


AMINO FUCOIDAN is not contained Iodine and Arsenicum.

Preservation method

Avoid direct sunlight, h temperature

Keep in the refrigerator once open

Expiry date

Unopened: 2 years

T date is stamped on the back label of a bottle

 

worldpeace Inc. Fucoidan

Genuine, Authentic, Highest Quality, Made in Japan Fucoidan Products company

 worldpeace inc. have been retailing Fucoidan since 1998. We, worldpeace Inc. introduces only the Highest Quality and Best Fucoidan products. Fucoidan has gained recognition in recent years, and the number of people who are drinking or taking it to maintain their health has increased considerably compared to the past. As a result, there are more Fucoidan products than before, and we are frequently asked that people do not know which Fucoidan product to choose for them.

At the beginning of our handling of Fucoidan in 1998, the name of Fucoidan was hardly known. Now we have not only Ultra-Low-Molecular-Weight Fucoidan products, which we have been handling for 20 years, but also High Molecular Fucoidan.

Recently, inquiries from overseas of fucoidan have increased, and worldpeace Inc. ships fucoidan products to various countries.

We'are really happy that now we are shipping our fucoidan to so many people in the world. However, please keep in mind that dummy sites and counterfeit goods have been on the market as much attention has been paid.

worldpeace Inc. tours the fucoidan factory and talks directly with the producers by ourselves to introduce you only good and safe fucoidan products.

If you have any questions or concerns about Fucoidan, you can always contact us. worldpeace Inc. makes every effort to introduce truly good products so that everyone can choose and drink Fucoidan with no worry.

Mozuku Fucoidan is a popular type of fucoidan that is sourced from the seaweed Cladosiphon okamuranus, also known as Mozuku, which is found in the waters around Okinawa, Japan. This type of fucoidan is known for its high concentration of fucoidan and its unique chemical composition. It is considered a type of “high-purity” fucoidan, which is extracted using a proprietary method that removes impurities and preserves the natural components of the seaweed.

Mozuku Fucoidan has been widely studied for its potential health benefits, such as anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, anti-cancer, cardiovascular health, wound healing, and anti-aging effects.

Japanese fucoidan, particularly Mozuku Fucoidan, is popular due to a combination of factors. Some of the reasons include:


  1. High purity and concentration: Japanese fucoidan, particularly Mozuku Fucoidan, is known for its high concentration of fucoidan and its unique chemical composition. It is considered a type of “high-purity” fucoidan, which is extracted using a proprietary method that removes impurities and preserves the natural components of the seaweed. 
  2. Wide range of potential health benefits: Japanese fucoidan, particularly Mozuku Fucoidan, has been widely studied for its potential health benefits such as anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, anti-cancer, cardiovascular health, wound healing, and anti-aging effects. 
  3. Positive effect on gut microbiome: Fucoidan has been found to have a positive effect on the gut microbiome, which has been linked to overall health and well-being. 
  4. High palatability: Japanese fucoidan, particularly Mozuku Fucoidan, is known for its high palatability and is often consumed as a supplement in the form of a drink or powder. 
  5. Cultural and traditional use: Japan has a long history of using seaweed as a food source and for its medicinal properties. Japanese fucoidan is a product of this tradition and culture, and its popularity may also be due to its cultural and traditional use. 
  6. Japan’s reputation for producing high-quality products: Japan is known for producing high-quality products, including supplements, and this reputation may contribute to the popularity of Japanese fucoidan. 

What is Molecular Weight

Molecular weight is a way of measuring the mass of a molecule. It is usually measured in units of daltons (Da) or atomic mass units (amu). To calculate the molecular weight of a molecule, you add up the atomic weights of all the atoms in the molecule.

For example, the molecular weight of water (H2O) is 18.015 Da. This is because the molecular weight is the sum of the atomic weight of two hydrogen atoms (1.008 Da each) and one oxygen atom (16.00 Da).

In simpler terms, molecular weight is a way to measure how big a molecule is. It can be used to compare the size of different molecules or to see if two molecules are similar in size. It is also used in different fields of science, like chemistry and biochemistry, to understand the properties of a substance such as its density, solubility and viscosity.


Low Molecular Weight

Low molecular weight refers to molecules that have a relatively small mass compared to other molecules of the same type.

Low Molecular Weight Benefits

The benefits of low molecular weight molecules can vary depending on the specific substance and application. Some examples of benefits of low molecular weight molecules include: Enhanced bioavailability: Low molecular weight molecules are usually smaller and therefore able to pass through cell membranes more easily, which can increase their bioavailability (the amount of a substance that enters the body and is available to have an active effect). Improved solubility: Low molecular weight molecules are often more soluble in water and other solvents, which can make them easier to use and handle in industrial and laboratory settings. Reduced toxicity: Low molecular weight molecules may have a reduced potential for toxicity compared to higher molecular weight molecules of the same substance because they are less likely to bind to and damage vital cellular components. Low molecular weight fucoidan has been studied as an anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer agent, and also as a potential treatment for viral infections.

Much More Informations About Fucoidan

What is Fucoidan?

Fucoidan is a sulfated polysaccharide that is found in brown seaweeds such as kelp, wakame, and kombu. It is composed primarily of fucose, a type of sugar, and sulfate groups. Fucoidan is a complex mixture of different molecules and its chemical structure can vary depending on the type of seaweed it is extracted from. It is a natural polysaccharide, a carbohydrate composed of many sugar units, that has a high molecular weight, and it is being widely studied for its potential health benefits.

Fucoidan has been found to have a variety of biological properties, including anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, anti-cancer, cardiovascular health, wound healing, and anti-aging effects. However, it is important to note that most of the studies on fucoidan have been conducted in laboratory or animal models, and more research is needed to confirm its benefits in humans. Additionally, the quality, purity and dosage of the fucoidan source can have an impact on the effectiveness of the supplement.

What is Fucoxanthin?

Fucoxanthin is a carotenoid pigment that is found in brown seaweeds such as kelp, wakame, and kombu. Carotenoids are natural pigments that are found in plants, algae, and some bacteria. They are known for their bright colors and are also known to have various health benefits.

Fucoxanthin has been found to have a variety of biological properties, including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and weight management effects. Some studies have suggested that fucoxanthin may increase the activity of a protein called UCP1, which is found in fat cells and is thought to play a role in the burning of fat. This suggests that fucoxanthin may have the potential to support weight management by promoting the burning of fat.

Fucoxanthin is also known to have a positive effect on the heart and blood vessels, as it has been shown to lower blood pressure, reduce inflammation and oxidative stress, and improve the function of the endothelial cells that line the blood vessels.

It is important to note that most of the studies on fucoxanthin have been conducted in laboratory or animal models, and more research is needed to confirm its benefits in humans. Additionally, the quality, purity and dosage of the fucoxanthin source can have an impact on the effectiveness of the supplement.

What is the difference between fucoidan and fucoxanthin?

Fucoidan and fucoxanthin are both compounds found in brown seaweeds such as kelp, wakame, and kombu, but they are chemically and functionally different.

Fucoidan is a sulfated polysaccharide, which is a type of carbohydrate composed of many sugar units, that has a high molecular weight. It has been found to have a variety of biological properties, including anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting, anti-cancer, cardiovascular health, wound healing, and anti-aging effects.

Fucoxanthin, on the other hand, is a carotenoid pigment, which is a type of natural pigment found in plants, algae, and some bacteria. It has been found to have a variety of biological properties, including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and weight management effects. Fucoxanthin is known to increase the activity of a protein called UCP1, which is found in fat cells and is thought to play a role in the burning of fat.

In summary, fucoidan is a polysaccharide, while fucoxanthin is a carotenoid pigment, they have different chemical structures, and they have different potential health benefits.

Fucoidan Anti-inflammatory effects

Fucoidan has been studied for its potential anti-inflammatory effects. Inflammation is a complex biological response to injury or infection that is mediated by various cells and molecules, including cytokines and enzymes. Studies have shown that fucoidan can modulate the production and activity of these inflammatory mediators.

One of the key mechanisms behind fucoidan’s anti-inflammatory effects is its ability to inhibit the activity of the enzyme cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2). COX-2 is responsible for the synthesis of prostaglandins, which are inflammatory mediators that contribute to pain and swelling. Inhibiting COX-2 activity can reduce inflammation and pain.

Fucoidan also has been found to inhibit the activity of other enzymes involved in the inflammatory response, such as lipoxygenase (LOX) and inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS). Additionally, it has been found to inhibit the production of various pro-inflammatory cytokines such as TNF-α and IL-6.

Fucoidan has also been found to have anti-inflammatory effects in various studies, such as in animal models of arthritis and other inflammatory diseases, and in human cell culture studies, but more research is needed to confirm these results in human clinical trials.

It is important to note that the anti-inflammatory effects of fucoidan may vary depending on the quality, purity, and dosage of the fucoidan source. It is also important to consult with a healthcare professional before taking fucoidan supplements.

Fucoidan Immune system support

Fucoidan has been studied for its potential effects on the immune system. The immune system is a complex network of cells, tissues, and organs that work together to defend the body against infection and disease. Fucoidan has been found to modulate the activity of various immune cells and molecules, which can help to boost the immune system and protect against infection.

One of the key mechanisms behind fucoidan’s immune-supporting effects is its ability to stimulate the production and activity of white blood cells, such as macrophages, natural killer cells, and T-cells. These cells play a critical role in defending the body against infection and disease.

Fucoidan has also been found to stimulate the production of antibodies, which can help to neutralize pathogens. Additionally, it has been found to modulate the production of various cytokines, which are signaling molecules that play a key role in the immune response.

In animal studies, fucoidan has been found to boost the immune system, and protect against infection and disease. Furthermore, it has been found to have anti-viral properties, specifically against influenza A and B virus, and other similar viruses.

It is important to note that most of the studies on fucoidan’s immune-supporting effects have been conducted in laboratory or animal models, and more research is needed to confirm its benefits in humans. Additionally, the quality, purity and dosage of the fucoidan source can have an impact on the effectiveness of the supplement.

Fucoidan Anti-cancer properties

Fucoidan has been studied for its potential anti-cancer properties. Cancer is a complex disease that is characterized by the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells. Fucoidan has been found to modulate the activity of various signaling pathways and molecules that are involved in cancer development and progression.

One of the key mechanisms behind fucoidan’s anti-cancer properties is its ability to inhibit the growth and spread of cancer cells by inducing cell death (apoptosis) and inhibiting cell proliferation. Fucoidan has been found to inhibit the activity of various enzymes and proteins that are involved in cancer development, such as matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), Akt, and NF-κB.

Fucoidan has also been found to modulate the activity of various signaling pathways that are involved in cancer development, such as the Wnt, MAPK, and PI3K/Akt pathways. Additionally, it has been found to modulate the production of various cytokines and growth factors that are involved in cancer development and progression.

Fucoidan has also been found to have anti-cancer effects in various studies, such as in animal models of cancer and in human cell culture studies, but more research is needed to confirm these results in human clinical trials.

It is important to note that the anti-cancer effects of fucoidan may vary depending on the quality, purity, and dosage of the fucoidan source, and the type of cancer. It is also important to consult with a healthcare professional before taking fucoidan supplements as a cancer treatment.

Fucoidan Cardiovascular health effect

Fucoidan has been studied for its potential effects on cardiovascular health. The cardiovascular system includes the heart, blood vessels, and blood, and is responsible for supplying oxygen and nutrients to the body’s tissues. Fucoidan has been found to modulate the activity of various molecules and pathways that are involved in cardiovascular health.

One of the key mechanisms behind fucoidan’s cardiovascular health effects is its ability to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Fucoidan has been found to inhibit the activity of various enzymes and proteins that are involved in hypertension, such as angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) and renin-angiotensin system (RAS). Additionally, it has been found to inhibit the absorption of cholesterol in the gut, which can lower cholesterol levels in the blood.

Fucoidan has also been found to have anti-inflammatory effects, which can be beneficial for cardiovascular health, as inflammation is a contributing factor to the development of cardiovascular diseases. Additionally, it has been found to modulate the production of various cytokines and growth factors that are involved in cardiovascular health, such as VEGF and FGF.

Fucoidan has also been found to have cardiovascular health effects in various studies, such as in animal models of hypertension and hypercholesterolemia, but more research is needed to confirm these results in human clinical trials.

It is important to note that the cardiovascular health effects of fucoidan may vary depending on the quality, purity, and dosage of the fucoidan source. It is also important to consult with a healthcare professional before taking fucoidan supplements as a cardiovascular treatment.

Fucoidan Wound healing effect

Fucoidan has been studied for its potential effects on wound healing. Wound healing is a complex process that involves various cells and molecules that work together to repair and regenerate damaged tissue. Fucoidan has been found to modulate the activity of various molecules and pathways that are involved in wound healing.

One of the key mechanisms behind fucoidan’s wound healing effects is its ability to promote cell proliferation and differentiation. Fucoidan has been found to stimulate the production and activity of various cells that are involved in wound healing, such as fibroblasts and endothelial cells. These cells play a critical role in the formation of new tissue and the repair of damaged tissue.

Fucoidan has also been found to modulate the activity of various signaling pathways that are involved in wound healing, such as the MAPK, PI3K/Akt, and Wnt pathways. Additionally, it has been found to modulate the production of various cytokines and growth factors that are involved in wound healing, such as TGF-β and VEGF.

Fucoidan has also been found to have wound healing effects in various studies, such as in animal models of wound healing and in human cell culture studies, but more research is needed to confirm these results in human clinical trials.

It is important to note that the wound healing effects of fucoidan may vary depending on the quality, purity, and dosage of the fucoidan source. It is also important to consult with a healthcare professional before taking fucoidan supplements as a wound healing treatment.

Fucoidan Anti-aging effect

Fucoidan has been studied for its potential anti-aging effects. Aging is a complex process that is characterized by a gradual decline in the function and integrity of various cells and tissues, leading to an increased risk of disease and death. Fucoidan has been found to modulate the activity of various molecules and pathways that are involved in aging.

One of the key mechanisms behind fucoidan’s anti-aging effects is its ability to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules that can damage cells and contribute to the aging process. Fucoidan has been found to act as an antioxidant, which can neutralize free radicals and protect cells from damage.

Fucoidan has also been found to modulate the activity of various signaling pathways that are involved in aging, such as the MAPK, PI3K/Akt, and Wnt pathways. Additionally, it has been found to modulate the production of various cytokines and growth factors that are involved in aging, such as TGF-β and VEGF.

Fucoidan has also been found to have anti-aging effects in various studies, such as in animal models of aging and in human cell culture studies, but more research is needed to confirm these results in human clinical trials.

It is important to note that the anti-aging effects of fucoidan may vary depending on the quality, purity, and dosage of the fucoidan source. It is also important to note that there is no concrete evidence that fucoidan can prevent or reverse the aging process, and more research is needed to understand the effects of fucoidan on aging.

Which is more effective against cancer, fucoidan or fucoxanthin?

Both fucoidan and fucoxanthin have been studied for their potential anti-cancer effects, but more research is needed to confirm their effectiveness as cancer treatments.

Fucoidan has been found to have anti-cancer properties by inhibiting the growth and spread of cancer cells by inducing cell death (apoptosis) and inhibiting cell proliferation. It also modulates the activity of various enzymes and proteins that are involved in cancer development, such as matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), Akt, and NF-κB. It also modulates the production of various cytokines and growth factors that are involved in cancer development and progression.

Fucoxanthin has also been found to have anti-cancer properties by inhibiting the growth of cancer cells and promoting cell death (apoptosis). It also has been shown to modulate the activity of various signaling pathways that are involved in cancer development, such as the Wnt, MAPK, and PI3K/Akt pathways. Additionally, it has been found to modulate the production of various cytokines and growth factors that are involved in cancer development and progression.

It is worth mentioning that there is a lack of human clinical trials to confirm the effectiveness of both fucoidan and fucoxanthin as cancer treatment and more research is needed in this area. It is also important to keep in mind that cancer is a complex disease that requires a multifaceted approach, and that these compounds should not be considered as a sole treatment for cancer. It is always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before taking any supplement as a cancer treatment.