maitake mushroom


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maitake mushroom

[‚mä·i‚tä·ke ′məsh‚rüm]
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Another fraction of the Maitake mushroom called Maitake SX can be used to help control the metabolic syndrome that predisposes people to cancer.
Vaclav Vetvicka of the University of Louisville compared the immunostimulating properties of two different maitake mushroom extracts, one being Tradeworks Group, Inc.
MaitakeGold 404(R), scientifically extracted from the maitake mushroom, is one of the more comprehensive immunostimulants available in the dietary supplement category and has been substantiated for several DSHEA (Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994) structure/function claims for immune support," said Walt Jones, president of Caraloe.
Maitake Mushroom Extract and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Maitake mushroom fraction "to ameliorate insulin resistance and prevent or treat Syndrome X or type II diabetes"
Maitake mushroom (Grifola frondosa)-specifically a bioactive fraction called "SX-fraction"-reduces elevated blood glucose levels and improves insulin resistance.
According to MPI, the Maitake mushroom started to gain recognition around the late 1980s when U.
Abkit/Camocare, Aubrey Organics, Derma E, Jason Natural Cosmetics, Kiss My Face, Maitake Mushroom and Orjene showcased lines of natural skincare products featuring Ester-C(R) Topical, a non-acidic form of vitamin C designed to last in cosmetic formulations and penetrate the skin's layers without the use of chemicals.
He is author of several books, including Good Digestion: Your Key to Vibrant Health and Seafood Sense: The Truth about Seafood Nutrition and Safety, and he's also coauthor with Shari Leiberman of Maitake Mushroom and D-Fraction.
Unlike most compounds approved for an IND, MaitakeGold 404 is not a drug, but rather an all-natural extract derived from the maitake mushroom.
To serve, spoon some sauce onto the center of a plate and set some salad and a maitake mushroom in the center.
Today, amid the long-held skepticism of most western medical professionals, the FDA has approved IND clinical studies of the effect of a maitake mushroom extract on participants with advanced breast and prostate cancer.