With interest growing in using soluble fiber to treat the symptoms of type-2 diabetes, researchers at the University of Auckland in New Zealand set out to examine the protective effect of beta-glucan on glucose control. The most common chronic disease […]
There is a plethora of rare medicinal mushrooms that exist that have a number of health benefits. Some of these not-as-rare medicinal mushrooms include edible fungi such as reishi mushroom (good for the heart and reducing stress), the well-known shiitake […]
So many types of medicinal mushrooms exist, including reishi (Ganoderma lucidum), shiitake (Lintenula edodes), turkey tail (Trametes versicolor), Lion’s mane (Hericium erinaceus), cordyceps (Cordyceps sinensis), and maitake (Grifola frondosa), among others. However, although these mushrooms can still grow wild, they […]
Grifola frondosa is a medicinal mushroom, also known by its more common name, Maitake mushroom. This little mushroom is known for its ability to help balance blood sugar levels, which is an aid for people with diabetes. However, Grifola frondosa […]
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