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Shortly after Glow15 was printed, a study in the journal Nature indicated that trehalose may potentially play a role in the rise of Clostridium difficile (commonly known as C diff), a bacterium that causes infection. Although the study is preliminary and not conclusive, I’m taking what I believe is a necessary precaution and not recommending trehalose be ingested until further evidence can confirm it’s safety. A healthy diet alternative is monk fruit sugar. There is no evidence to suggest topical trehalose is harmful. The study’s abstract is attached here.