World of Nutraceutical Mushrooms
This is the first of our 4-part series exploring health giving mushrooms. These four interviews will be posted one after the other over the next 4 weeks, so you will be able to follow along and have the grand overview. They are a lot of powerful benefits to mushrooms and we now understand much more about their nutritional and pharmaceutical benefits. Each of these mushrooms that we will explore is considered among the best and most powerful.
Mushrooms have been used for thousands of years for their nutritional and healing properties. In some cultures, mushrooms have been revered and prized as food and medicine. Modern science now has several decades of scientific and clinical research on the benefits of mushrooms. Researchers are able to study very specific compounds found within the wide world of fungi.
Mai-take is a delicious mushroom that promotes a healthy immune system, healthy blood pressure, and healthy blood sugar levels. In Japan, it is known as the “King of Mushrooms.” Its name literally means “Dancing Mushroom,” because upon finding Mai-take deep in the mountains the lucky discoverers, often local people, would dance for joy. Mai-take was introduced to America in 1991 by Mike Shirota, President & CEO of Mushroom Wisdom.
In this interview, Mark will discuss the D Fraction extract from Mai-take mushroom and the clinical benefits that have been discovered for powerful immune support.
Blood Sugar Support
In this part, Mark will discuss nutritional support for healthy blood sugar levels. He will discuss the problem of syndrome X (metabolic syndrome) and the best ways to manage these levels. He will also discuss specifically the SX Fraction of the mistake mushroom.
Brain Health and Memory
Named for its cascading tendrils, Lion’s Mane mushrooms have long been used in China and Japan to promote immune and digestive health. Recent research supported by Mushroom Wisdom demonstrates that a substance in Lion’s Mane inhibits the formation of the toxic peptide in brain cells. Another substance stimulates the production of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) in the brain. Lion’s Mane extract is showing promise for Alzheimer’s, dementia and possibly schizophrenia.
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