The nutrients and vitamins contained in mushrooms
Different varieties of mushrooms are slightly different composition of vitamins and minerals. It is believed that more useful are salted and dried mushrooms, as it is not heat treated, the vitamins and nutrients in them are preserved in greater numbers.
The composition of nutrients and vitamins in mushrooms:
- vitamin B;
- vitamin C;
- vitamin D;
- vitamin PP;
- vitamin E;
- trace elements;
- amino acids;
- essential oils;
The valuable properties of mushrooms and their use
Edible mushrooms contain substances that help fight atherosclerosis, and prevent cancer. A small calorie, no fat with a large number of protein allows you to quickly get enough mushrooms without gain extra pounds. But in this case, if the mushrooms do not stew and not fry, as they very quickly absorb all the fat in which they fried, and it already adds enough calories.
Many people like not only to eat mushrooms, but to collect them. Mushrooms can be seen not only in forest but along the road, if there is some vegetation. In this case it is necessary to boil them 3 times pouring water.
Before the mushrooms cook, they need to scrape it with a knife, especially the legs, as they accumulate a greater amount of chitin, which is poorly digested by the body. But if mushrooms are salted in the winter, it is better to collect them in the woods, away from roads and hazardous industries. Dry mushrooms will not buy from random people in the stores they checked, vitamins and nutrients in them are fully preserved.
In any variety of mushroom contains a substance rich in ergothioneine, a natural antioxidant which fights cancer cells. Potent extracts in the fungi resist migraine, tuberculosis, fight worms, asthma, stomach ulcers, gout and other diseases.
White mushrooms normalize metabolism and raise the immune system; a large amount of lecithin which they contain, to help fight atherosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases.
A delicious chanterelle mushrooms are most popular among mushroom pickers, as they are easy to cook – they are not worms. Chanterelles tend to absorb radioactive and harmful substances from the atmosphere, but they have a strong immunity against harmful substances, they do not accumulate, but also derive from the human body.
In mushrooms a lot of fiber that improve digestion, they contain many vitamins, a positive impact on cardiac function, nervous system, muscles and skin. They are often grown in greenhouses, where no harmful effects to the environment.
Among the recipes of traditional medicine can be noted milk mushroom and Kombucha, which if are not a panacea for all diseases, it is beneficial to health as they have anti-inflammatory properties.
In traditional medicine because mushrooms produce substances used to treat disease. From edible fungi, such as mushrooms, Poddubnyi receive antibiotics. Hood chanterelle, because it contained them ergosterol, has antibacterial properties.
The damage from the mushrooms. How often they can be used?
Mushrooms should not be used children under 12 years of age, pregnant women and nursing mothers, and people suffering from diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, pancreas and liver.
Adults healthy people are encouraged to eat mushrooms no more than 2-3 times a week. It can be well cooked, fried and stewed mushrooms, a side dish to the main dish, mushroom soup. But in a large number of mushrooms to eat hard to stomach, and intestines.