Mushrooms For Immune Health

Medicated mushrooms also known as golden teachers are traditionally used to protect against infectious diseases and various types of cancer. This fungus has long been used to support health, especially in early Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, Mexican and Roman cultures.

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Recent research shows that medicinal mushrooms are a rich source of nutrients and bioactive compounds that have various health effects and support immune system.

What is medicinal mushroom?

Medicinal mushrooms are edible macroscopic fungi (visible to the naked eye) that are used because of their health-promoting properties. Fungus, which includes yeast, mold and mildew, thrives on dead matter in the soil or on plants, animals and other fungi.

There are about 14,000 to 22,000 species of fungi throughout the world, of which about 20 to 30 are edible species and about 15 species are food for consumption. This fungus can be consumed as functional food or as a food supplement.

Mushrooms are a source of many nutrients, including fiber, protein, selenium and potassium, and vitamins B1, B2, B12, C, D and E. They also contain several bioactive components such as alkaloids, flavonoids.

Mushrooms can be consumed in various ways, including as a food supplement in the form of powder, capsules or liquid extracts.

A study examining the health effects of fungi identified about 130 possible therapeutic properties, including:

    Antibacterial

    Antidiabetic

    Antifungal

    Anti-inflammatory

    antioxidant

    Antiparasitic

    Antitumor

    Anti Virus

    hepatitis

    Immunomodulator