A recent study performed by The University of Nottingham has shown c60 fullerene benefits in mice. In this study, scientists tested the effects of c60 fullerene on the blood cells (white blood cells). They found that c60 fullerene increases the amount of platelet cells in the mice’s blood, which improves the function of their immune system. This study is important since c60 fullerene has shown promise as a promising natural cure for several diseases including allergies, chronic fatigue syndrome, and cancer.
It is important to note that this c60 compound has many benefits to the human body. These benefits come from its ability to improve energy levels while reducing body fat. With these benefits in mind, the University of Nottingham conducted further tests to determine if c60 fullerene would have similar effects when it is introduced to older mice.
After six weeks of treatment, the researchers measured the energy levels of both the mice and humans. Mice that received c60 fullerene showed significantly higher energy levels than the control mice. This effect was found to be true across all measures of energy, including oxygen consumption, total activity level, and gait speed. These results support the notion that c60 fullerene can increase energy levels in older mice. This study also revealed that c60 fullerene promotes the growth of lean muscle mass.
Because of these positive findings, c60 fullerene is being evaluated in clinical trials. These studies are examining the ability of the compound to improve immunity and gait speed in patients with osteoporosis, spinal cord injuries, and multiple sclerosis. While the majority of the studies so far focus on the cardiovascular system, there has been limited research on the neurological system.
The investigators are currently investigating the possibility that c60 fullerene may have positive effects on chondroitin sulfate-impacted arteries and cerebrovascular diseases such as Parkinson’s disease. Other potential ailments that c60 fullerene may treat include diabetes, hay fever, atherosclerosis (cholesterol buildup in the arteries), epilepsy, irritable bowel syndrome, and multiple sclerosis.
It is not known if the levels of c60 fullerene in cadavers are similar to those levels seen in younger people. It is unknown how or why c60 fullerene improves energy levels in human beings. The compounds involved in the production of c60 fullerene, C 60 H20, and N-acetyl-d-mannosamine, are still being studied. However, these compounds have the ability to increase energy levels without increasing body fat.
Regardless of the benefits of c60 fullerene for humans, these compounds are manufactured in tiny amounts in non-homogenized glass vials. The vials must be replaced on a regular basis. Manufacturers are aware that this may lead to tissue damage at the cellular level and that it can potentially cause irritation at the mucous membranes. There have been no studies performed on the safety of contact with c60 in animals or humans. Although c60 is considered a “breakthrough” in anti-aging medicine, more research is needed to evaluate its long-term use in the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries.