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What’s Ergo and Why Do You Need it?

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By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

December 27, 2017

  • Here’s a new nutrient to add to your vocabulary
  • The incredible medicinal mushroom
  • Eating more mushrooms is this easy

If you keep up on health news, there is always a new and seemingly unpronounceable nutrient to add to your vocabulary, like pterostilbene or cholecalciferol.

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Today I have one you might not have heard before… one that you should write down and remember.

It’s ergothioneine (pronounced urr-go-thigh-in-in). For short, you can call it ergo. Continue reading

Are Mushrooms the New Superfood?

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By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

October 14, 2016

  • Are mushrooms the new superfood?
  • Lowly mushroom packs a powerful punch
  • The incredible medicinal mushroom

If you’re like me, you enjoy the flavor and texture of mushrooms. But you may not realize that they have super-powers.

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That’s right. The lowly mushroom is a superfood. In general, mushrooms have a higher protein content than many vegetables. Multiple studies on edible mushrooms have revealed some incredible biological activities including antitumor and anticarcinogenic effects.

Also mushrooms contain a number of secondary metabolites, including various phenolic compounds, which have been shown to act as excellent antioxidants and now a recently discovered one that I’m very excited about. Continue reading