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What is NICHI GLUCAN?
Disclaimer: Nichi Glucan range of products are approved as a food additive/food supplement in Japan. They are produced as an exo-polysaccharide by Black yeast Aureobasidium Pullulans in GMP certified facility in Japan and sold in different brands based on the strain of produce, dosage etc. These products are not drug or cure to any illness and approval status vary between countries. The manufacturer and/or exporters don’t give any medical advice as these products are not having any therapeutic claims. The pre-clinical and clinical study reports published are meant for educational and research initiative purposes. Those who have clarifications, may please consult their physician.
Although beta-glucans are found in a wide variety of foods, Nichi Glucan range of products are produced as an exo-polysaccharide secretion by different strains of Aureobasidium Pullulans, a black yeast.
It is a β-1,3-1,6-glucan-type glucan (BRMG) with a special molecular structure. It has the following characteristics.
This product does not contain any of the 7 allergens that are listed
NICHI GLUCAN is produced by Aureobasidium pullulans (AFO-202 strain), which has a unique molecular structure.
Different strains of black yeast produce different types of β-1,3-1,6-glucan.
Made in Japan’s natural environment
NICHI GLUCAN is safely produced in a properly controlled factory in Japan, using water from a clear Japanese stream
How Nichi Glucan is made?
First, we make a medium for cultivating black yeast. We use water from the Niyodo River system, which is said to be the clearest river in Japan, for the medium.
Next, the AFO-202 strain is added to the culture and wait for the black yeast to produce β-1,3-1,6-glucan around its own body.
Once the glucan is produced, the product is heat sterilised and filled. From the time of cultivation to the time of filling, other micro organisms are controlled and only the black yeast is maintained.
What is beta-glucan produced by the black yeast fungus?
The beta-glucan produced by the black yeast fungus does not need to be extracted, as is the case with shiitake. It is produced efficiently by cultivating the black yeast fungus, so that foods rich in beta-glucan can be produced.