I eat this every day to gradually raise my testosterone

Beautiful young woman is cooking breakfast. She is pouring mixed eggs and milk into frying pan with mushrooms. Girl is cooking breakfast.

And you probably already have this food in your kitchen right now

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I eat this every day to gradually raise my testosterone

120 years old. That’s the goal. I’m preparing – through my daily habits – to live that long.

But I’m not interested in living in a nursing home with a bottle of oxygen permanently attached to my wheelchair. Yuck. That sounds terrible.

I want to live my life with what is now known as “healthspan.” 

Pretty much what that means is not getting old-age diseases and being able to live the way you want for your entire life.

For me, I want to stay independent, have a GREAT sex life like I do now, and steer clear of heart attacks, stroke, cancer, and dementia. 

I want to stay active and engaged in life in a MAJOR way.

It’s a WHOLE lot to ask. But it’s not impossible…

If you know what steps to take, you can put the odds in your favor – which is EXACTLY what I do. 

Because I’m not willing to give up my health to Big Pharma or anyone else.

One thing I do for my healthspan (and really enjoy) is eat a lot of cooked mushrooms.

That’s because mushrooms are great at preventing all kinds of cruddy diseases.

And they have a seriously protective effect against dementia and Alzheimer’s, which is awesome. Because those are definitely diseases I just don’t want to get.

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Even if you don’t like mushrooms, this is worth reading.

Mushrooms lower the risk of dementia.

I love these studies. I’m a big believer in food to heal the body…

And mushrooms taste great too, which is a HUGE bonus.

So, I’m thrilled to learn that eating mushrooms on a regular basis dramatically decreases the risk of dementia.

“This cohort study suggests that frequent mushroom consumption is significantly associated with a lower risk of incident dementia, even after adjustment for possible confounding factors.”

Researchers think that this is because of a pair of antioxidants found in all mushrooms – ergothioneine and glutathione.

According to Dr. Robert Beelman, director of the Penn State Center for Plant and Mushroom Products for Health: 

“In a study, researchers found that mushrooms have high amounts of ergothioneine and glutathione, both important antioxidants…” 

It’s always a good idea to get your nutrients from your diet if possible…

And mushrooms – even the white button kind, which is what I eat – pack a real punch when it comes to nutrients.

Dr. Beelman again:

“…we found that, without a doubt, mushrooms are the highest dietary source of these two antioxidants taken together, and that some types are really packed with both of them.”

And, although this particular study doesn’t show it, the nutrients in mushrooms go well beyond ergothioneine and glutathione. 

These little guys are simply powerhouses of nutrition.

But it’s not just dementia that eating mushrooms on a regular basis helps with.

Mushrooms also protect against Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s as well.

There’s a lot of evidence that mushrooms also have an overall protective effect on the brain, protecting against diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

That sounds good to me! I want to keep my brain solid for a LONG as possible.

“It’s preliminary, but you can see that countries that have more ergothioneine in their diets, countries like France and Italy, also have lower incidence of neurodegenerative diseases, while people in countries like the United States, which has low amounts of ergothioneine in the diet, have a higher probability of diseases like Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s.”

One of the cool things about mushrooms is they keep their nutrients when cooked.

In fact, I recommend that you always cook mushrooms well before eating them. 

Raw mushrooms contain a carcinogenic substance that cooks off. 

I have a recipe for exactly how I prepare mushrooms, which lets me eat mushrooms every day without having to think about how I’m going to fit them in.

If you want to live a long and healthy life, I highly recommend adding more cooked mushrooms to what you eat. 

They are tasty AND protective, which is a fantastic combination.

To your health!

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Mushrooms are full of antioxidants that may have antiaging potential



Mushroom Consumption and Incident Dementia in Elderly Japanese: The Ohsaki Cohort 2006 Study.



Mushrooms: A rich source of the antioxidants ergothioneine and glutathione