Profiling: The Morel Mushroom

Morel Mushrooms are a favorite among cooks because of their strong earthy, nearly nutty flavor profile. Morels are a rich source of Vitamin D, Iron, Phosphorous, antioxidants and B Vitamins.

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Profiling: The Shimeji Mushroom

These mushrooms have been traditionally used in Japan as a defense against asthma. They contain high potent levels of beta-glucans, which help to suppress allergic reactions in the body such as recurring asthma. Beta-glucans are also well known and studied to give our immune systems a boost in helping us to naturally heal our bodies.

Making Healthy Habits Permanent Behavior Through Yoga and Meditation

Did you know that you can improve healthy habits (and your ability to stick with them) through yoga and meditation? This dynamic duo can loosen your mind, lower your stress level, reduce your risk of depression or anxiety, and boost your confidence. The list of benefits could fill a full-length book.You can learn more through Yoga Journal.

Profiling: The Maitake Mushroom

This mushroom has an extensive list of health benefits, most notably known for its blood sugar control and stabilizing cholesterol level capabilities. Additionally, scientists have study the extract from the maitake and found it to be a powerhouse in improving immune function and in cancer treatment and prevention.

Profiling: The Button Mushroom

This widely consumed mushroom is likely the easiest to find and to recognize.  In fact, it is the most consumed mushroom by 90% in the United States.  Button mushrooms have grown wild and been eaten by humans since the time of early hunter and gatherers.  These ancient civilizations even knew that this mushroom held special…

Profiling: The Oyster Mushroom

Oyster Mushrooms stand apart as exceptional allies for improving not only human health, but also environmental health. These mushrooms have a stellar reputation as being easy to cultivate, medicinally supportive and nutrient dense. They are also renowned for their ability to help degrade environmental toxins, specifically hydrocarbon-based contaminants.

Profiling: Lion’s Mane Mushroom

While much of the research is still in its infancy, there is evidence that already points to unparalleled therapeutic benefits for numerous diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system.

Profiling: The Chanterelle

They are renowned for their high concentrations of B vitamins, specifically vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B5. These vitamins are crucial for the human body because they help us to convert food into energy and allow us to maintain a healthy nervous system.

Profiling: The Porcini Mushroom

More than any other marker, anti-inflammation surfaced as the most important by far for reaching the golden years and enjoying great physicality and mental health along the way. Inflammation is the expressway to disease in the body, so this comes as no true shock. So stock up on inflammation fighting foods, like the Porcini Mushroom.

Profiling: The Truffle Mushroom

Scientists have additionally found that the compound anandamide in black truffles trigger the release of chemicals that enhance mood, affect memory, reduce feelings of depression and pain on the human brain, and change appetite.

The Key Benefits of Cordyceps

Cordyceps can be used for a variety of health issues and have been proved effective across the board. Let’s dive into five key areas of healing this strong fungus can provide.

Profiling: The Shiitake Mushroom

These potent mushrooms are healthy too. They help to fight off cancer cells and infectious disease, promote brain function, serves as an excellent source of B Vitamins, and boost our immune systems.