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The Benefits of Mushroom Supplements: 7 Reasons Why You Need These In Your Diet

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Mushrooms are one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. These little wonders have a long history of use medicinally and in spiritual practices around the world. Today, they’re being rediscovered as an important addition to the diet of healthy people everywhere.

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The Curious Case of the Ancient Mushroom: Modern Medicine's Oldest Remedies

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There are countless plant, animal, and mineral species that have been used as medicines throughout history. The use of plants as medicine or natural remedies has been around since the dawn of time. Often, these remedies are derived from common plants that have been used to treat minor ailments.

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The Benefits of Mushroom Collagen and How to Choose the Right Kind For You

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Have you ever wondered why certain foods are so good for you? The healthiness of foods can be attributed to a number of factors, from the food's origin to its nutritional value. One of the many benefits of eating certain types of mushrooms is that they contain high amounts of collagen.
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What You Need to Know About Beta-Glucans to Prevent and Manage Chronic Disease

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Beta-glucans are a special type of polysaccharide that can be found in the cell walls of certain types of bacteria, fungi, and certain types of algae. These carbohydrates are also found in certain types of foods. You can think of beta-glucans as a type of complex carbohydrate that is rich in fiber. 

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How to Use Cordyceps Mushrooms: A Practical Guide

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Cordyceps are a type of mushroom that has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years. Chinese medicine practitioners use cordyceps for a number of conditions, including fatigue and weakness, which is why it is so popular. It is also used for immune system strengthening and wound healing.

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