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Public Interest in Medicinal Mushroom Information Reaches a New Record
Date:11/13/2013

Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) November 13, 2013

National Nutraceuticals, Inc., a Vancouver, BC-based company behind various health news portals, announced today that its flagship service, Medicinal Mushroom Information Center at http://medicinalmushroominfo.com increased its page view volumes by a dramatic 80.0% in just a single month in October 2013 to an annualized level of over 1.3 million read articles.

This is significant because the service was launched in September 2011, and yet, still after two years of operations, this health information portal focusing on informing people about the health benefits of medicinal mushrooms, continues to grow on a double-digits on a monthly basis.

Medicinal Mushroom Information Center is an online news service that reports on the health benefits of medicinal mushrooms. In less than two years, it has posted almost 400 articles about medicinal mushrooms and their ability to address some of the most common health problems including cancer, diabetes, heart disease and many others. The service is probably one of its kind in the world in that it collects all medicinal mushroom related scientific information under one roof and interprets and then presents it to readers in plain English.

Medicinal Mushrooms and Cancer The Most Popular Health Issue

“Medicinal mushroom’s ability to help the human body fight cancer is by far the most popular article category,” says Jukka Tolonen, the company’s Vice President of Portal Development.

“There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of peer-reviewed university-level scientific studies and clinical trials that suggest that when incorporating certain medicinal mushrooms in a cancer treatment regimen, patients’ survival rates and quality of life are significantly improved. The reason most people, including physicians, a
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