[Nature of ingredients].
Also known as indigestible protein, it is a protein with a fibre-like function that is not broken down in the stomach and reaches the intestines, where it strongly absorbs excess fat in the stomach and expels it from the body. Proteins are only effective when they are digested, but "resistant protein" is the only one of them that has a physiological function like dietary fibre as it is "resistant" (indigestible). In the case of sake lees, this is a component called prolamin, which is derived from rice and has a very high affinity for fat.
Lowering of cholesterol levels, suppression of obesity → weight loss effect (by adsorbing bile acids produced from cholesterol and promoting their removal from the body).
Improved bowel movements due to oil adsorption.
Cosmetic effects of maintaining a good intestinal environment by tilting the intestinal bacteria towards a good predominance.
Soya products (especially rich in koya-dofu).
Dietary supplements (dietary support).
'Hacco to go!'
Japanese fermentation in Japanese bellies.
Drinks and sweets made from sake lees are developed.