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Maitake mushroom powder benefits

Maitake mushroom powder benefits

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Maitake mushroom powder benefits, MAITAKE POWDER

pack size:80g Dosage form:powder

Maitake mushroom powder benefits:

Beta glucan in maitake can help reduce your cholesterol, improving artery functionality and overall cardiovascular health to lower your risk for heart disease. The polysaccharides in maitake can reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol without affecting your triglyceride or HDL (good) cholesterol levels.

It was first used in Asian traditional medicine. Maitake mushroom grows in forests in Asia, Europe, and eastern North America. It contains chemicals that might help fight tumors, stimulate the immune system, and lower blood sugar levels.

ANSWER: The recommended daily dose of maitake is 2,000mg (2g) or about one teaspoonful of whole food mushroom powder. At that maitake dosage, a product with a beta-glucans content of 20% will provide 400mg of immune-supporting polysaccharides.

Does maitake mushroom give you energy?

It was also shown to increase fatty acids that provide energy. Because of this, researchers theorized that eating maitake mushroom may help keep arteries healthy.

Conclusion: Our data suggest that maitake mushrooms have the ability to alter lipid metabolism by inhibiting both the accumulation of liver lipids and the elevation of serum lipids.

100% Maitake mushrooms, dried and ground

1 measuring spoon (as required) 1-3 times a day into liquid or sprinkle over food.

Please store the product dry, protected from light and not over 25°C.

Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Maitake - medicinal mushrooms in powder form

Maitake – delicacy and medicinal mushroom in one

In China and Japan, the maitake has been proven to be collected and eaten for several millennia. In addition to the shiitake, it is one of the most important mushrooms there today. In Japan it is also called the "dancing mushroom". The name is explained with the joy of the rare and valuable find. Accordingly, its location was kept top secret. In German-speaking countries it is known as the "Klapperschwamm". As in Asia, the vital mushroom is now also used intensively in this country for good reason, both as an exquisite delicacy and as a dietary supplement. 

One of the most important medicinal mushrooms

The Maitake (Latin: Grifola) is a tree fungus that lives close to the ground in warm, nutrient-rich locations close to groundwater on ancient, mostly dead trees or tree stumps. Where it thrives, it can weigh several pounds. In Germany, the rattle sponge is extremely rare. Today, maitake for consumption and as a dietary supplement mostly comes from special cultures.

Maitake is particularly popular as an edible and vital mushroom in China and Japan. The powdered fruit body is used in many ways. In the professional world, the maitake is now considered one of the most important usable mushrooms. Because of its nut-like taste, it is a coveted and essential part of Asian cuisine. The maitake is very filling.

This makes the maitake one of the most sought-after medicinal mushrooms. However, it is important to pay attention to the origin of the mushroom and the quality of the processing! Our maitake powder is a 100 percent pure natural product that we only use in an extremely gentle freeze-drying process. No auxiliary substances or additives are required here: the maitake powder is, of course, without preservatives or sweeteners, without fructose and without flavor additives. It is naturally vegan, lactose-free and gluten-free. 

Tip: Maitake is a versatile delicacy. The powder is also ideal for cooking and baking, as well as for making smoothies, for example with pineapple and coconut: you need two to three slices of pineapple (diced), 400 milliliters of coconut water, a handful of kale (washed and freed from the stalk) and a scoop of maitake powder. Into the blender - done.


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