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What amino acids does the chaga mushroom contain?

The U. S. Food and Drug Administration is the food and drug regulatory agency of the United States. This institution classified and authorised chaga as a food many years ago. Not without good reason, as the chaga mushroom seven of the eight essential amino acids (with the exception of isoleucine), which our body cannot produce on its own.

Chaga as food

The proportion of amino acids is usually lower than in comparable edible and medicinal mushrooms. Chaga mushroom products should therefore not be seen solely as a food supplement, but should be considered and used as food.



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