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 Mushrooms are a fungus that is good for your health. They can reduce your cholesterol levels and have been used in Asian countries for centuries. They are being used in research studies to determine how good they are for a healthy diet. Research has shown that they help with healing since mushrooms stimulate the immune system. The white button mushroom a favorite has little known health properties. The white button mushroom does contain nutrients like B vitamins.

 Japan has shown the best mushroom they eat is the shiitake mushroom because of its cancer fighting compounds. It is a large black mushroom that contains lentinan which amasses an army of infection fighting cells. This mushroom kick starts your immune system to fight infections. It was shown that feeding animals this in powered form inhibited tumor growth by sixty seven percent.

 The Maitake mushroom also know as the hen of the woods or the dancing mushroom is known as a great infection fighter. It has been successful in shrinking tumors in lab animals. You will benefit if you add these mushrooms to your healthy diet. Mushrooms contain important B vitamins niacin and riboflavin which are not found in vegetables. This is good news for the white mushroom which most people eat in there salads. Niacin is used to form enzymes needed to convert sugars into energy and use fats and keep your tissues happy. Riboflavin is used to convert other nutrients, vitamin B6 and folate into useful forms.

 You need to cook them instead of eating raw. When you cook them you remove the water and release the good nutrients and make them taste better. You should try and stay with the Asian varieties such as the shiitake and miatake. Others to try are enoki, oyster, pine, and straw varieties. You should wash and clean them and cut off the stems. You can use mushroom water to add to salads and sauces.

 Raw sliced mushrooms are a salad bar favorite but try and not make them a habit. Raw mushrooms can contain chemicals that are not good for the body if ate in large amounts. it is far better to eat cooked ones because heat removes any bad chemicals.

 Lentinan Power


 


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