Frequently Asked Questions

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Product Usage and Compatibility

Can MycoPro be consumed as a meal?

MycoPro is intended as a dietary supplement and is not meant to replace meals. It should be incorporated into a diverse and balanced diet.

Can I have MycoPro with milk / Or anything Else?

Certainly, you can have MycoPro with water, plant-based milk, or your choice of regular milk. It's a versatile option that allows you to customize it to your preferences.

Can I make my MycoPro and sip on it over time?

Yes, you can make your MycoPro by blending it with water at room temperature and then set it aside for 20 minutes. This waiting period allows the enzyme blend to activate, enhancing your overall experience and ensuring you get the optimal results from your MycoPro drink.

Why do you only use vegan protein in MycoPro Performance?

Plant proteins are far healthier than meat and dairy proteins – pound for pound they pack more nutrients into fewer calories. They contain the one thing that animal protein completely lacks which is fibre, it is easier on the digestive system, especially for those with lactose intolerance. MycoPro Performance uses the blend of pea, hemp seed and fava bean proteins as they are a complete protein giving you a balanced mix of your 9 essential amino acids that you can only get through diet and contains Omega-3. They have an alkalizing effect on the body which may help balance the pH level and reduce the risk of certain health issues related to acidity. An important reason is plant proteins are kinder to the planet and more sustainable, they provide a more ethical option to animal proteins.

Safety and Side Effects

Are there any side effects with MycoPro?

No, there are no known side effects associated with MycoPro. It is a food supplement designed to be safe for consumption as part of a balanced diet.

Are there specific groups of people who should avoid MycoPro?

No, there are no specific groups of people who should avoid MycoPro, except for individuals who are allergic to mushrooms. It is generally safe for most people when consumed as part of a varied diet.

I am a vegan – is MycoPro performance suitable for me?

If you’re following a vegan or vegetarian diet, rest assured that all of our products are completely vegan-friendly, making them suitable for you.

Are functional mushrooms Psychoactive?

Functional mushrooms are not psychoactive. Unlike psychoactive mushrooms, such as psilocybin-containing mushrooms (magic mushrooms), functional mushrooms do not contain compounds that cause hallucinogenic effects or alter perception. Instead, functional mushrooms are valued for their various health benefits and nutritional properties, which can support the immune system, improve cognitive function, and provide antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, among other advantages. Common functional mushrooms include Reishi, lion’s mane, Chaga, Cordyceps, and Turkey Tail, which are widely used in traditional medicine and dietary supplements for their potential health-promoting properties.

I am allergic to mould – can I still take functional mushrooms?

We understand that allergies can be a concern, especially for those sensitive to mould. However, you’ll be glad to know that none of our mushrooms are known to produce any mycotoxins. Nevertheless, if you have specific conditions or concerns, we recommend consulting a healthcare practitioner for personalised advice.

Product Characteristics

Why is the texture of MycoPro different from other protein blends?

The texture of MycoPro differs from other protein blends because it contains plant-based proteins, functional mushrooms, and lacks artificial additives. These factors, along with its unique formulation and enzyme blend, contribute to its distinctive texture.


What are functional mushrooms?

Functional mushrooms are a category of mushrooms that are recognized for their potential health benefits and nutritional properties. Unlike psychedelic mushrooms, such as psilocybin-containing varieties, functional mushrooms do not induce hallucinogenic effects or alter perception. Instead, they are valued for their diverse health-promoting properties, including immune system support, cognitive function enhancement, and antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Common examples of functional mushrooms include Reishi, Lion's Mane, Chaga, Cordyceps, and Turkey Tail. These mushrooms have been traditionally used in various cultures for their potential positive impacts on well-being and are commonly incorporated into dietary supplements for their nutritional value.

Are mushrooms a source of antioxidants?

Yes, functional mushrooms are considered a source of antioxidants. Antioxidants are compounds that help neutralize free radicals in the body, which are molecules that can cause oxidative stress and damage cells. Many functional mushrooms, such as Reishi, Chaga, and Turkey Tail, contain bioactive compounds with antioxidant properties.

These antioxidant compounds, including polyphenols and other unique compounds found in functional mushrooms, may contribute to reducing oxidative stress, supporting the body's defense against inflammation, and promoting overall health. Incorporating functional mushrooms into your diet can be a natural way to benefit from the antioxidant properties they offer.

Are mushrooms an immune-supporting supplement?

Yes, functional mushrooms are often recognized as immune-supporting supplements. Many varieties of functional mushrooms, including Reishi, Chaga, Cordyceps, and Turkey Tail, contain bioactive compounds that are believed to have immune-modulating properties.

These mushrooms have been traditionally used in various cultures for their potential to enhance the immune system, promoting a balanced and responsive immune function. Research suggests that certain compounds in functional mushrooms may stimulate the activity of immune cells, regulate immune responses, and contribute to overall immune health.

Mushroom Sourcing and Processing

Where does MycoPro source your mushrooms?

MycoPro derives its mushrooms from China, a country with a rich heritage of utilizing functional mushrooms deeply embedded in the practice of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). China is widely acknowledged as one of the birthplaces of harnessing the therapeutic potential of functional mushrooms for their health-promoting properties.

Are your mushrooms genetically modified?

No, our mushrooms are not genetically modified.

Product Attributes

Are your products Vegan?

Yes, MycoPro products are vegan-friendly.

Are your products tested for impurities?


Health and Medical Consultation

Should I talk to my doctor before taking mushrooms?

Recommended dose guideline., comparison of one dose of MycoPro Vs what you would consume on a casual basis.

Can MycoPro help you lose weight?

MycoPro can support overall well-being and healthy weight maintenance when incorporated into a balanced diet and active lifestyle. It's not a guaranteed weight loss solution on its own.

Usage Recommendations

What is the best way to take functional mushrooms?

The best way to take functional mushrooms for maximum benefits is often in powdered form rather than whole. Mushroom powders are typically more concentrated and easier for the body to absorb, allowing you to experience the potential health benefits more effectively. You can mix mushroom powders into various beverages and foods, such as smoothies, teas, or soups, making them a versatile and convenient option for consumption.


Do mushrooms remove toxins?

Functional mushrooms support overall health and the immune system, which can indirectly aid the body's natural detoxification processes, but they are not a specific detoxification treatment.