This is a continuation of a previous post comparing the cholesterol lowering abilities of a statin and a Ganaderma lucidium extract. Effect of experimental diets on intestinal phyla and the Lactobacillus genus This is figure 6 in the Meneses 2016 publication. Liberty was taken to add phylogenic classification of five members of the human… Continue reading Ganaderma lucidium and gut microbiome
Short chain fatty acids, e.g. acetate, propionate, and butyrate, are produced by the fermentation of dietary fibers in the colon. The ability of two different fermentable carbohydrates (inulin and β- glucan) to effect body composition and central appetite regulation in high fat fed mice was examined by Arora and coworkers (2012). A fermentation of… Continue reading A brew for appetite control ?
The original goal was to address two questions regarding the polysaccharides of Ganderma lucidium: What do they do? How are they digested and absorbed by the human gastrointestinal tract in the first place? See Ganaderma lucidium tea to understand why we care. One study I find truly incredible was performed by a group from Mexico… Continue reading Ganaderma lucidium polysaccharides
analytical techniques for determining what is in Ganoerma lucidium tea