[Nature of ingredients].
As an antioxidant, it is expected to prevent lifestyle-related diseases such as cancer, hypertension and diabetes by removing active oxygen and to have anti-ageing effects. It is an ingredient derived from raw rice and its content varies depending on the variety and milling ratio of the raw rice.
Incidentally, the English name for 'cumaric acid' is Coumalic acid, which has the same notation as 'coumaric acid', but note that the molecular formula of coumaric acid is C9H8O3 and that of coumaric acid is C6H4O4.
Inhibits the formation of nitrosamines*.
*Carcinogen produced by the reaction of amines with nitrites in food additives.
...potential for improving lipid metabolism.
Widely present in tomatoes, carrots, garlic and other edible plants.
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Japanese fermentation in Japanese bellies.