Used medicinally for millennia, you’d think mushrooms would be a super successful supplement category. Not so. According to NBJ research, U.S. consumer sales of mushroom supplements hit $29 million in 2011. That’s nothing to sneeze at, but the numbers fall far short of what they could—and many argue should—be. Study after study shows that mushroom supplements supply a bounty of bodily benefits, the most salient being immunity. Therefore, given real health sca
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