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590 nm Light Effect on Lipid Droplets and Hormone-Sensitive Lipase

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Wavelength (nm):
590 nm
660 nm
410 nm
457 nm
505 nm
530 nm
Joules (J):
Unknown

RESULTS/SUMMARY

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Study Summary

Researched irradiated human fat with 410 nm, 457 nm, 505 nm, 530 nm, 590 nm, and 660 nm low level light. 590 nm “significantly reduced the concentration of lipid droplets” and increased lipid autophagy (broke down fat). In documenting the science of photobiomodulation, I rarely come across a study that finds significant effect at one wavelength, and no effect at nearby wavelengths. That did happen in this study. 590 nm affected fat breakdown and 505 nm did not. The abstract did not mention the other wavelengths tested. Presumably they were also insignificant, so it’s unclear why 505 nm was singled out as ineffective.

Wavelength (nm)
590 nm
660 nm
410 nm
457 nm
505 nm
530 nm
Joules (J)
Unknown
Body Target
Unknown
Condition Treated
Fat
Pulsed/Continuous
Unknown
EMF Type
  • Violet 400-415 nm
  • Blue 415-490 nm
  • Cyan 490-520 nm
  • Green 520-560 nm
  • Yellow 560-590 nm
  • Orange 590-630 nm
  • Red 630-700 nm
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