[Nature of ingredients].
It is a rare component, containing only 0.5% of sake, and the fact that this α-glucosylglycerol (hereafter αGG) inhibits the breakdown of acetaldehyde is said to explain the image of sake as 'sake that lingers the next day'. The higher the proportion of rice used (the more pure the sake), the higher the concentration of αGG, which is not present in distilled liquors such as shochu.
In addition to moisturising and lifting effects, studies have shown that it also has fat-burning properties.
Increased skin elasticity (increased collagen and hyaluronic acid production)
... inhibit rapid blood glucose increases.
... inhibits the accumulation of triglycerides.
Fermented foods (e.g. miso)
Cosmetics (moisturising, lifting)
'Hacco to go!'
Japanese fermentation in Japanese bellies.