I have been doing some research on antioxidants that play provide additional benefits and came across a supplement company that sells mushrooms. I found this a bit intriguing and purchased a 90 serving supply. It was cheap.
Anyway such a supp can support multiple things aside from immune system support, such as skin health, energy levels, liver/kidney support, and enhance Nerver Growth Factor which assists brain/memory function.
My questions then is how could such a supp be more effective when compared to other anti oxidant supps such as green tea, selenium, ALA?
It seems like the main propeties lie in the polysaccharides and must be obtained via hot water extraction. so what other supplements have high levels of polysaccharides?
Anyone care to comment on Mushroom supplements in general?
Thread: Mushroom supplements
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Why waste money buying mushroom supplements when they're A) fairly easy to grow B) dirt cheap in asian markets for the likes of Reishi, Shiitake, Oyster, Turkey tail, Button caps, chestnut mushrooms.
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