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32: Breaking Down What AHCC Is and How It Can Benefit Our Bodies with Mimi Lindquist
Erin Kinney, naturopathic doctor, naturopathy, functional medicine, food allergies, adrenal stress, genetic testing, hormone testing, nutritional counseling
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Breaking Down What AHCC Is

32: Breaking Down What AHCC Is and How It Can Benefit Our Bodies with Mimi Lindquist


Have you ever used or considered using high-quality medicinal mushrooms? Did you know that AHCC (active hexose correlated compound) is taken from mushrooms and can positively affect your immune system?


Whether you have heard of this before or it is brand new to you, Mimi Lindquist, an AHCC educator, is joining me to share her knowledge on it.


Mimi is a Culinary Nutrition Expert, AHCC educator, registered dental hygienist, and Host of The Medicin Podcast. She has been helping people prevent disease for over 10 years now by educating and empowering individuals to be their own best health advocates. Today, her primary area of disease prevention education surrounds Immune Intel AHCC + other medicinal mushrooms. Unfortunately, there is a significant gap between the clinical research of mushrooms and the general public, so Mimi is committed to being the link between research and the public via online education, social media, and her podcast, The Medicin.


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • Using food as medicine to treat diseases and conditions
  • What AHCC (active hexose correlated compound) is
  • Where AHCC comes from
  • How dynamic mycelia is for our bodies
  • The clinical research and safety studies performed 


I love that Mimi shares her own experience and the experience of others in this episode to show us how beneficial AHCC can be. If you are struggling with any of the symptoms, diseases, or conditions that Mimi explained, this might be something that you should consider and talk to your provider about.


Check out Mimi’s store, website, and podcast for even more AHCC information and education. I am going to be doing even more research on this because I am blown away and want to know even more about how it can help my patients.


If you’re ready to start discussing your naturopathic medicine needs, schedule a free 15-minute call with me on my website!


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