A recent study of Japanese researchers says that a diet that contains mushrooms will help to have a strong immune system and keep the cancer away.
Mushrooms contain certain substances capable to fight against cancer occurrence after the age of 50 years.
Mushrooms vs. Meat
Specialists advise you to consume mushrooms 3-4 times a week. They can successfully replace the meat, because they have so many proteins. Help you to settle your hunger for longer time and not hinder your digestion.
In addition, fungi have advantages compared to meat: quality protein content, do not contain cholesterol, are easily digestible, have more fiber, vitamins and minerals (potassium, iron, calcium, sodium, phosphorus, zinc, B1, B2, B6 , C, D, E).
What mushrooms contain: 100 grams of mushrooms contain only 20 calories, but lots of important nutrients for your body health.
100 grams mushrooms:
Protein 2 grams
Carbohydrates 2.3 grams
Fat 0.5 grams
Potassium 300 grams
Iron 1 milligram
Zinc 1 milligram
Selenium 5 micrograms
Folic acid 40 micrograms,
Vitamin B5 of 2 milligrams
Intake of B vitamins is very beneficial for the nervous system, cellular regeneration, combat stress, the depression and fatigue. Here are some of the properties of complex B vitamins:
Riboflavin – for skin beautiful and healthy mind;
Niacin – for a healthy digestive system, for proper functioning of the nervous system, Pantothenic acid – for hormonal balance,
Folate – for bone marrow protection,
Vitamin B6 – for health and cell regeneration;
Biotin – Responsible to burn fats.