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Health benefits of mushrooms include their ability to lower bad cholesterol levels (LDL) and raise good cholesterol levels (HDL), which protects heart health and reduces blood pressure.

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Maitake Mushroom: probably most powerful mushroom in strengthening the immune system, reduces negative effects of chemotherapy such as pain, nausea, and hair loss, strong antiviral, treats hepatitis, chronic fatigue syndrome, high blood pressure, regulates insulin levels and cholesterol levels, inhibits tumors from growing back after surgery, protects the liver

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Yellow Unicorn Entoloma (Entoloma murrayi) … aka “Unicorn Pinkgill”, is a species of fungus in the Entolomataceae family. Found in wet forests of eastern North America, Central and South America, and southeast Asia, the fungus produces yellow mushrooms that have a characteristic sharp umbo on the top of the conical cap. A saprobic species, Entoloma murrayi derives nutrients by breaking down organic matter.

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Saprobic mushroomsDecomposers are essential for the survival of ecosystems. Saprobic mushrooms are fungi that act as decomposers, feeding on dead and decaying wood, leaves, litter, and other organic matter. To digest this they secrete enzymes that break it down. This releases and recycles vital nutrients for other organisms, and helps dispose of organic waste. In the photo: Mycena subcana (left) and Xeromphalina campanella (right) decomposing a conifer stump in Ordeson-Todd Woods, in…

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Roasted Mushrooms with Garlic & Thyme

Roasted Mushrooms with Garlic & Thyme | www.cakescottage.com | #recipe #mushrooms #garlic

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<p>Go, go, go. Hurry, hurry, hurry. Grab a bite here, grab a bite there. We all live such busy lives these day and so busy at times, that too often, do not fuel our bodies with the essential nutrients they need to function optimally. So slow down and take a breather and refresh yourself with our complimentary infographics on vitamins and minerals, why you need them, and in what foods you can get them from.</p>

Infographic: Guide to Vitamins & Minerals

<p>Go, go, go. Hurry, hurry, hurry. Grab a bite here, grab a bite there. We all live such busy lives these day and so busy at times, that too often, do not fuel our bodies with the essential nutrients they need to function optimally. So slow down and take a breather and refresh yourself with our complimentary infographics on vitamins and minerals, why you need them, and in what foods you can get them from.</p>

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Tips to Take Full Advantage of the Benefits of Mushrooms

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Vitamin B-3 (niacin) is vitally important in our bodies in order to regulate cholesterol and to release energy from foods. It also helps filter toxins out of the body. #dherbs #healthtips by jocelyn

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Chaga has been used as a tonic and tea by the Siberians for hundreds of years. Chaga contains inotodiol, betulin, and active polysaccharides that have various medicinal implications. A preparation called Befungin has been used in Russia for cancer treatment since the 1960s

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