Mushrooms are so complex and so fascinating, we are just scratching the surface to understand their purpose and their benefits for us.
There is so much to know about mushrooms.
As we know, some edibles are delicious medical mushrooms that we were starting to get to know; some of them are called immortal mushrooms. There are hallucinogenic mushrooms that not only make your world colorful, they also have great medicinal purposes. Mushrooms will help to give you energy. Mushrooms are rich in vitamin B and D, selenium, and potassium. These allow the body to utilize energy and produce red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body. Mushrooms are rich in anti-inflammatory properties.
Let’s talk about the benefits of mushrooms
They are an excellent source of protein and fiber; they are beneficial for a plant-based diet. Mushrooms help you to burn fat and help to regulate your glucose levels in the blood. To that, they boost your energy they also will help you to work out longer.
They are delicious, and one cup of mushrooms provides 1/3 of your daily intake of selenium.
Mushrooms are low carb, mostly protein with no fat. They are called vegetables, but technically they are no plants. They are of the kingdom of fungi.
Mushrooms are the only good plant source of Vitamin D. They synthesize this vitamin when exposed to UV light. Mushrooms produce vitamin D2; animals produce vitamin D3.
What are they made of?
The fibers, potassium, and vitamins in mushrooms contribute to cardiovascular health.
Potassium can help regulate blood pressure, and this may decrease the risk of hypertension and cardiovascular diseases. For example, The stem of the shiitake mushrooms is a good source, choline in mushrooms can help with muscle movement, learning, and memory and play a role in transmitting nerve impulses.
Many types of mushrooms are edible, and most provide similar quantities of the same nutrition.
What to look out for when you buy them:
Fresh mushrooms should be firm, dry, and unbruised. Avoid mushrooms that appear slimy or withered.
Store mushrooms in the refrigerator. Do not wash or trim them until it is time to cook them.
Watch out for poison mushrooms: Wild mushrooms can make a tasty dish, but the toxins in some mushrooms can trigger fatal health issues. Some wild mushrooms also contain high levels of heavy metals and other harmful chemicals.
To avoid these dangers, only consume mushrooms from a reliable source.
Unless you know how to forage mushrooms, stay clear of them. If you are slightly unsure, do not eat them.
The mushrooms that we work with
We at COCORAU select the most incredible healthy and potent mushrooms to produce the highest benefits. For our Superlative Beauty Powder, we choose Tremella and Chaga. WHY?
Tremella Mushrooms are known for their many health benefits, but they might be the ultimate anti-aging beauty mushroom! Tremella is used for centuries for its beauty-enhancing benefits, which explains why it’s also called the beauty mushroom. In addition to helping keep skin looking smooth and glowing, tremella mushrooms have many other health benefits, such as helping to boost the immune system and lower inflammation.
Chaga mushrooms have been used for centuries in Siberia and other parts of Asia to boost immunity and improve overall health. The Chaga mushroom is gaining popularity in the Western world for its potential health benefits.
For our Sensual Supreme powder, we are using Reishi.
The king of medicinal mushrooms. Reishi may be able to do it all: aid in weight loss and keep the immune system in check. However, what makes this mushroom unique is its calming properties — all of which are thanks to the compound triterpene. These mood-boosting compounds may alleviate anxiety, ease depression, and encourage better sleep. But triterpene’s positive effect on the nervous system doesn’t stop there, sharpen focus, also.
Mushrooms are just one fantastic world we are just starting to discover.
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