FAQ

1.Getting Remain Young (Where can I get it?)

Domo Corporation is responsible for the planning and development of Remain Young. Persons interested in the product are asked to contact Domo Corporation.

2.Dosages (How much should I take in a day?)

In 1993, customers of less than three months took an average of 7.7 capsules. In terms of age, persons younger than 19 years of age took the fewest at 5.3 capsules, while the 50 to 60 age range was the highest at 8.1 capsules. Because it is a dietary supplement, there is no rule governing how much you must take. But for first-time customers, we recommend an amount from 5-10 capsules.

3."Overdoses" (What happens when I take too much?)

Studies of the active ingredients in Remain Young show that the even 90 capsules still does not exceed the safe upper limit for recommended dietary allowance (i.e. the nutrients required by the body for one day). Because of that, it is basically safe to take a lot of the product.

4.Instructions (When is it best to take Remain Young?)

Because it is designed as a health food supplement, it does not matter when you take it. Nevertheless, for the best results in terms of digestion and absorption, we recommend taking Remain Young right after meals, when the stomach and intestines are already active. For infants, the elderly, or people with weakened digestive systems or weak stomachs, we recommend dividing up the dosage you would normally take into several smaller doses.

5.Cholesterol (Is it okay even with high cholesterol levels?)

Cholesterol is often misunderstood. Cholesterol is not a bad thing in itself. In fact, together with phospholipids, it is an important component of cell membranes. Furthermore, cholesterol that is consumed directly rarely affects the levels of cholesterol in the blood, so there is no need to worry about your cholesterol going up from too much egg. For many years the perception has been that "Cholesterol is bad for you." Recent advances in nutritional science, however, have revealed that cholesterol is a type of beneficial fatty acid that is a precursor of cell membrane bile acids, various hormones, and vitamin D. It is actually essential for maintaining a healthy body. Cholesterol can be ingested through ordinary meals, but far more is synthesized by the liver and small intestines. Many people know that HDL is "good" cholesterol and LDL is "bad" cholesterol, but it should be understood that neither is inherently good or bad. They both serve vital roles. The amount you get and the balance of the two is what is important.

HDL and LDL work in completely different ways. HDL removes the cholesterol stuck to blood vessel walls and carries it to the liver, while LDL carries cholesterol synthesized by the liver to all parts of the body.
With too much LDL cholesterol there is a tendency for this cholesterol carried to all parts of the body to increase,which can increase the risk of arteriosclerosis. This is why LDL is calledthe "bad" cholesterol.
HDL, on the other hand, dissolves excess cholesterol in the body and transports it to the liver, thereby in effect helping to prevent arteriosclerosis. This is why it is called the "good" cholesterol.

6.Calories (How many calories are in one dose?)

2.24 kcals. This translates into just 22.4 kcals for every 10 capsules. The average Japanese woman in her 30s or 40s requires about 2,000 kcal per day. (Sixth Revision of Recommended Dietary Allowances for Japanese) Even if, for example, a 42 year old woman takes 10 Remain Young capsules per day, she is still getting around just 1/100th of what she needs per day. For this reason, there is no need to worry about Remain Young making you gain weight.