maitake mushroom


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maitake mushroom

[‚mä·i‚tä·ke ′məsh‚rüm]
(mycology)
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(2000) Induction of apoptosis in human prostatic cancer cells with beta-glucan (Maitake mushroom polysaccharide).
Effects of Maitake mushroom fractions on blood pressure of Zucker fatty rats.
Maitake mushroom (Grifola frondosa): Maitake, an edible mushroom, is a source of complex carbohydrates (glucans), polysaccharides, and minerals.
They also are studying shiitake and maitake mushroom extracts as aids in the prevention and treatment of prostate cancer.
Of the 38,000 known species of mushrooms, about 50 are poisonous while 50 have medicinal value and 700 are used for food, according to Shari Lieberman and Ken Babal in Maitake Mushroom and D-Fraction.
It all started with the introduction of the maitake mushroom to the West, which led to the development of the powerful immune-supporting, one and only Maitake D-Fraction.
The red wine seemed to just marry off so well with the saut?ed maitake mushroom served in its natural state.
Tailgating Recipe from Michael Steifman: Maitake Mushroom and Manchego Stuffed Burger
Also has anti-ageing qualities, and can be taken as supplement in the form of Dr Nicholas Perricone's Maitake Mushroom Extract SX-Fraction.
(23) Maitake mushroom, because of the presence of beta glucan fibers, represents another natural alternative supplement to treat diabetes and associated disorders.
The maitake mushroom is believed to have even more effective anticancer and immune-boosting effects.
The supplement also includes a clinically tested, multi-patented immune-modulating Maitake mushroom extract; and Sensoril, an advanced, multi-patented, adaptogenic standardized extract of Ashwagandha that increases the body's resistance to stress.