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Mushrooms as medicine is not a new concept.
In fact, medicinal mushrooms have been used by some cultures for centuries- revered for their ability to energize, to boost immunity, and to provide a foundation for overall health
And that’s just a start.
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We love white mushrooms and portobellos as much as the next person. But when it comes to more exotic varieties, enoki mushrooms are about as unusual as it gets. Although quite common in Asian cuisine, most American palates (and plates) aren’t familiar with these freaky-looking fungi. So what exactly are enoki mushrooms, where do you find them, how do you …
White button mushrooms and portobellos are a common ingredient for everyday meals and are found in just about any supermarket near you. In fact, 90% of the mushrooms consumed in the United States are basic button mushrooms.
But did you know there’s a whole other world of mushrooms just waiting for you to discover?
Want to talk turkey? Well, you certainly will if you know what’s good for your health. Named after the colorful, autumnal-hued plumage of a wild turkey, turkey tail is a mushroom that has long been used for its healing properties. For centuries, Asian cultures have used it as both as a food and therapeutic treatment for many health issues—traditional Chinese …
Have you ever actually read the nutrition facts on the back of your mushroom supplement?
If not, I totally recommend you take a look!
Of course, if your supplement is made from actual mushrooms, then you won’t find anything too surprising.
The species of mushroom will be listed, along with the amount in each serving. You might also see the “beta-D-glucan” content, or the level of active compounds verified to be in the extract.
On some supplements however, they’ll list terms like “myceliated grain”, “mycelial biomass’, “cultured oats”, or even “freeze-dried myceliated brown rice”.