Plants and animals use trehalose for energy and to stabilize themselves against extreme conditions. Mushrooms, honey, yeast, lobster, and shrimp are sources of trehalose in the human diet. Recent studies on mouse models indicate that trehalose might reduce the symptoms of Huntington's disease.
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