Mycolife Agaricus (Almond mushroom) – 100ml

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Bone strengthening, Autoimmune diseases, Skin problems, Vitamin D deficiency conditions, Cancers, Digestive system ulcers, Infections (bacterial), Infections (virus), influenza, gout, Heartburn, digestive problems, Hair loss, Hair and nail problems, Climax, High cholesterol, Migraine , Thyroid disorders, Prostate problems, prostate cancer, Rheumatoid arthritis, Overweight, obesity
Almond mushroom
Nutrient values 5 ml 100 ml
Energy content (kJ / kcal) 76.25 / 18.25 1525 / 365
Fat (g) 0.0095 0.19
of which saturated fatty acids (g) 0.0065 0.13
Carbohydrate (g) 4.415 88.3
of which sugars (g) 0.024 0.48
Protein (g) 0.1295 2.59
only (g) 0.01 0.2
Almond mushroom (g) 0.625 12.5
of which polysaccharide (69%) 0.43 8.6
organic Almond mushroom (Agaricus Blazei Murrill) 0.125 g/ml Glycerin 0.8 g/ml 69% of the mushroom content of the preparation is polysaccharide.

Almond mushroom is an endless source of vitamin D

In Hungary, 5 micrograms of vitamin D is included as the recommended daily intake value for adults, which means 200 IU (international units) of vitamin D. However, it can be shown that a higher intake is required to achieve the beneficial effects of vitamin D. For example, the American Society of Endocrinology recommends a daily intake of 400-1000 IU of vitamin D for children under 1 year of age, 600-1000 IU for children over 1 year of age, and 1500-2000 IU for those over 18 years of age.

A daily dose (5 ml) of Naja Forest Almond contains 10,000 IU of ergosterol. This is vitamin D2, part of which is converted into vitamin D3 in the body. That’s 1600 NE.
A hormone called calcitriol regulates the absorption of calcium into the bones.
Both vitamin D2 and D3 are needed for the formation of adequate calcitriol.
Vitamin D2 raises the level of vitamin D in the blood to the same extent as vitamin D3!!!

Comparison with the vitamin D content of other foods:
Salmon (100 g) 600 – 1000 IU
Egg yolk (1 pc) 40 IU

Application:

The beta-glucan content of the almond mushroom replaces the substances necessary for the immune system and normalizes the functioning of the immune system. Edible mushroom with a sweet taste and a smell reminiscent of almonds. It is cultivated in Japan for medicinal purposes. The content of beta-glucan and natural vitamin D in the almond mushroom is significant. The polysaccharides in it help to modulate the immune system. It was not by chance that it received the title of “super food”. It has been classified as a food that contains a particularly high concentration of nutrients necessary for the healthy functioning of the human body.

Recommended dosage:

5 ml per day, taken in any liquid (e.g.: tea, water, fruit juice).
Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage!
Food supplements do not replace a balanced, mixed diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Contraindications:

In addition to blood sugar-lowering medication, the maximum daily dose is 2.5 ml.

The significance of the vitamin D content of the almond mushroom

The ergosterol content of the mushroom (Agaricus blazei Murill) can be of great importance in the prevention of vitamin D deficiency conditions.

Almond mushroom contains vitamin D2. Both vitamin D2 and D3 are needed for the formation of adequate calcitriol. Vitamin D3 alone does not trigger the same biochemical reaction in terms of the function of the calcitriol hormone.

A hormone called calcitriol regulates the absorption of calcium into the bones.

Vitamin D2 increases blood vitamin D levels to the same extent as vitamin D3. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6213178/)

Almonds are the only food of non-animal origin that has significant amounts of bioavailable vitamin D. Primary potential source of dietary vitamin D for vegans and vegetarians. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6213178/)

Another advantage of the Almond mushroom is that it also contains other valuable components that support the functioning of the immune system in a complex form, such components: polysaccharides, linoleic acid, vitamins B1, B2, B12 (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih. gov/pmc/articles/PMC6783847/)

In the case of Mycolife Almond, a 165 mg sample contains 84.31 mg of ergosterol (vitamin D2). The daily dose of 5 ml 625 mg Almond mushroom contains 318 mg ergosterol (vitamin D2).

In the case of Best Nature Max Immun, the daily dose contains 20 mg of Almond mushroom, which contains 10,220 µg of vitamin D2, a third of which is converted to vitamin D3, which is 68,120 IU

Comparison with the vitamin D content of other foods:

Salmon 600 – 1000 IU
Egg yolk 40 IU
Commercially available liquid D3 preparation 4000 IU

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