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      Mushroom Powder And Its Health Benefits

    • You are here! So, you must be a health junkie whose eye is always on the natural health market. Did you notice the new emergence of mushroom powder? The powder of the healing fungus, mushroom. 

      The mushroom powder is getting all the attention these days. It is popping in weight gain powders, beauty products and even medications. However, many are wondering about its benefits and use for weight gain.

      Are you one of them? Then you are at the right place. But, first, let us understand the new health market trend, mushroom powder. 

      Table Of Contents 

      1. What Is Mushroom Powder?

      2. Varieties Of Mushroom  

      3. Nutritional Value Of Mushroom Powder 

      4. Health Benefits Of Mushroom Powder 

      5. The Final Say 

      6. FAQs 

      What Is Mushroom Powder?

      Mushrooms are humble foods that are grown in dark, damp forests. However, they are antioxidant-rich foods and have medicinal properties. Mushroom powder refers to dried mushrooms ground into a fine powder.

      Since any culinary mushroom species can be used to make it, several mushroom powders are available on the market. 

      Varieties Of Mushroom 

      Several varieties of mushroom powder are sold in supermarkets, and even you can make it at home by dehydrating fresh mushrooms. Here are a few types of mushrooms that are used to make powder.

      1. Shiitake Mushroom 

      Shiitake mushrooms are inexpensive and include all eight essential amino acids as well as fatty acids called linoleic acid. These are well-liked dried mushrooms. 

      2. Chaga Mushroom 

      Vanillin found in Chaga mushrooms gives them an earthy flavour. Moreover, they reduce inflammation and may increase athletic stamina when consumed. 

      3. Lion’s Mane Mushroom 

      Lion’s mane is a nootropic diet as it can improve cognitive function. Moreover, research indicates that it may slow down brain cell ageing and assist in treating disorders like Alzheimer’s. 

      4. Reishi Mushroom 

      Reishi mushroom is known as the lord of mushrooms and aids the body in coping with stress. For thousands of years, Chinese medicine has revered this mushroom as an adaptogenic plant. 

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      Nutritional Value Of Mushroom Powder 

      The mushroom powder is high in protein, water, fibre and calorie. Moreover, they are a good source of sodium, potassium, copper, magnesium, calcium, iron and phosphorus. For example, 100g of Oyster mushroom powder has: 

      • Energy - 293kcal 
      • Carb - 52.49g 
      • Fibre - 9.94g
      • Protein - 27.2g 
      • Potassium - 140mg 
      • Calcium - 12.4mg 
      • Sodium - 78.6mg 
      • Iron - 4.6g 

      Health Benefits Of Mushroom Powder 

      Here are a few benefits of mushroom powder

      1. Improves Brain Activity 

      Mushroom powder improves brain function. For instance, lion’s mane mushroom powder has been shown to lessen the effects of neurodegenerative illnesses by reducing brain cell ageing. 

      2. Boosts Immune System Health 

      Polysaccharides, which have immunomodulatory effects and may improve immune system performance, are frequently found in mushroom powder. 

      3. Increases Energy 

      The high vitamin B content of Shiitake mushroom powder supports adrenal function and aids in converting ingested nutrients into usable energy. Coffees and supplements made from mushroom powder are frequently used to increase energy and prevent brain fog.

      4. Controls Blood Sugar 

      It has been demonstrated that medicinal mushrooms increase insulin sensitivity and blood glucose levels, which makes them helpful for treating diabetes.

      5. Helps In Heart Health 

      Mushrooms and heart health are related. For instance, cordyceps mushroom powder may help decrease LDL cholesterol and avoid heart damage.

      The Final Say 

      The mushroom powder is a nutritional powerhouse that can be included in a massive variety of meals and beverages. Moreover, the mushroom powder spice is becoming more and more popular these days. 

      However, consider the consequences of a concentrated form of the entire mushrooms on health. Chaga, reishi, cordyceps, porcini, and lion's mane are just a few of the varieties of mushrooms that can be found as powder blends or as individual powders.

      FAQs 

      1. Can you put the mushroom powder in coffee? 

      Adding mushroom powders to coffee can offset some of the downsides of coffee, including jitters, acidity, and disrupted digestion. When adding mushrooms to hot chocolate, you are simply reaping the benefits of the various mushrooms.

      2. How long can mushroom powder stay good?

      If stored in a cool dark place (the fridge or freezer) in an airtight container (mason jar or zip lock bag), the mushroom powder can stay good for six months to a year.

      3. Is mushroom powder seasoning healthy?

      Yes, it contains a strong, earthy smell and the glutamate content is exceptionally high when dried. Shiitake Mushroom has always been known to be a superfood. This mushroom is packed with B vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids to make your body healthy.

       

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