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What are the health benefits of eating button mushrooms?

Some of the health benefits of eating button mushroom are :

Immune System Benefits

Specific cells in the body, referred to as natural killer cells respond rapidly to foreign invaders such as viruses or cancer cells. Their rapid response is crucial to the immune system, as it helps the body fight disease. The June 2007 issue of the "Journal of Nutrition" reports that eating button mushrooms can boost the immune system by increasing the activity of natural killer cells. Although they do not fully understand how scientists believe that it is the polysaccharide content of the mushrooms that are responsible for their immune-boosting ability.

Anticancer Benefits

Button mushrooms protect the body from various cancer cell lines. In June 2010, the department of plant pathology at Penn State released a report stating that button mushrooms have been found effective at treating breast, colon, and prostate cancers. According to a study in the December 2006 issue of "Cancer Research," eating one 1/2 cup of button mushrooms a day can stop the growth of breast cancer tumors. A healthy woman may eat less than 1/2 cup to greatly reduce the risk of developing breast cancer.

Nutritional Benefits

Button mushrooms contribute to the recommended daily intake of several vitamins and minerals. The USDA reports that mushrooms contain high amounts of copper, which is needed to produce blood cells and maintain heart health. Additional nutrients are vitamins C, D, and B; and the minerals selenium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, and zinc. When cooked, most of the nutrient content of mushrooms remains the same, while some nutrients lose between 5 and 20 percent of their value.






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