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Mushrooms: Bundle of vitamins, minerals, proteins and antioxidants.

A source of vitamins, minerals, proteins and antioxidants. 

Besides these, mushrooms are composed of other beneficial substances, such as: 

- antioxidants in general, that counteract the action of free radicals which are harmful molecules responsible for the premature aging of cells and tissues, DNA degeneration and the onset of many diseases (Asatiani, 2010; Chen, 2015); 

Mushrooms: Bundle of vitamins, minerals, proteins and antioxidants.

- polyphenols, which have antioxidant properties and protect the cardiovascular system; - some chelating agents which capture heavy metals; 

- vitamin D (ergosterol), important for bone synthesis; 

- the B-complex vitamins (riboflavin, niacin, biotin, folic acid). Mushrooms, in particular, contain vitamin B12 or cobalamin, a substance essential for the health of the nervous system, iron metabolism, and the production of hemoglobin. The only other food with similar content of vitamin B12 is meat. For this reason, mushrooms are very useful in vegetarian diets; 

- minerals, such as magnesium, potassium, manganese, and very little sodium. In addition, iron, in which many people are deficient, germanium (very rare), which has an energizing and purifying action, selenium, which has a high antioxidant potential, and zinc, useful for acne, pregnancy, and sexuality; 

- essential amino acids that, apart from mushrooms, are found only in legumes and meat and which are important to integrate a vegetarian diet. Moreover, mushrooms are rich in protein and fiber and low in fat: they are, therefore, also useful for keeping fit.

Source: Healing with Medicinal Mushrooms. A practical handbook, Dr. Walter Ardigo

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