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Mushrooms have been celebrated for thousands of years for their medicinal properties and as readily available sources of nutrition. They come in all colors, shapes, and sizes — each possessing unique characteristics and benefits.
Among the many types of mushrooms, a particular variety stands out for its impressive health benefits: the maitake mushroom.
Allergy season can be hard — in many cases, affecting your quality of life and making you miss out on all of the bright possibilities of spring.
Luckily, with these nutrients and herbs, you can support your immune system in the fight against seasonal allergies.
Eleuthero is a woody shrub that is native to Northeast Asia. It is often referred to as Siberian ginseng even though it is a distant relative of ginseng or Panax plants. It is sometimes called devil’s bush, devil’s shrub, touch-me-not, or wild pepper.
Evidence has shown that eleuthero began being used in alternative and traditional medicines as an herbal remedy some 2,000 years ago.
If you had to ask us what the perfect cozy fall beverage was, we’d probably say, “cider.” Not only is it caffeine-free, but it’s not too heavy and not too watery. And quite frankly, there’s just nothing quite like a mug of steaming sweet cider to warm your insides on a cold afternoon.
It’s an easy to make recipe that gives your body an abundance of nutrients to help keep you healthy!
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that the body produces when exposed to sunlight. It is responsible for regulating the absorption of calcium and phosphorus through the intestine, promoting bone health and bone formation, and also influences muscle function, immune function, cell growth, and the development of muscles.
Here are signs that would indicate your Vitamin D levels could be too low.
Your gut is one of the most important systems in your body. Its primary job is to digest the food you eat, but it also impacts everything from your immune system to your central nervous system! So, when something’s wrong in your gut, it can mark the beginning of a whole cascade of other health issues.
If you’re looking for relief from indigestion, bloating, and other stomach issues, here’s what to do to maintain gut health and give your body some much-needed digestion support.
From potato salad to ambrosia to a classic Caesar salad, there’s no denying that salads are one of the most versatile meals. And whether you prefer kale or romaine or no leafy greens at all, there is a salad for everyone – and a salad for every season.
And, not to brag, our Autumn Chopped Chicken Salad is indubitably perfect for this season and may just become your new favorite fall salad!
The Turkey tail represents health, infinity, longevity, and spiritual attunement in most Asian countries, where it has also been used for centuries in medicinal practices.
Keep reading to learn what benefits you can gain from Turkey tail mushrooms by making them a regular part of your diet.
The humble mushroom has been used in Eastern medicine for thousands of years and is becoming more popular in the West. Years of scientific research have demonstrated their many health advantages—they are undoubtedly a superfood that can positively impact your health.
In this article, we take a deep dive into six of the healthiest and best-tasting mushrooms you should be taking right now.