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All About Mushrooms - The Superfood


What makes mushrooms a superfood?


These fungi have been touted for centuries for their medicinal benefits, including antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. Unlike other kinds of superfoods, almost all varieties are exceptionally potent and healthful.




Golden Oyster Mushrooms


Golden oyster mushrooms sometimes referred to as yellow oyster mushrooms, have a lot of health benefits that make them worth adding to your diet or daily supplement routine. They are an Asian species of mushrooms that are relatively easy to grow yourself, with beautiful golden caps and a tasty flavour.


Benefits:

Antioxidant

Anti-inflammatory

Anti-bacterial

Anti-tumor

High in fiber and Low in fat




Shimeiji Mushrooms


Shimeji mushrooms are a group of mushrooms native to East Asia and northern Europe and commonly used in most cuisines. These mushrooms are said to have a variety of health benefits thanks to their rich composition of health-boosting nutrients, such as managing diabetes, anti-inflammatory, lower cholesterol, and more. Known for their delicate flavour and toothsome texture, shimeji mushrooms develop a mild nutty flavour with a lightly sweet taste when cooked.



Truffle

Truffles have gained widespread attention in the culinary world lately, becoming a favourite among chefs and food-lovers alike. In addition to their strong flavour and pungent aroma, truffles are also highly nutritious and have been linked to several powerful health effects.


Benefits:

Antioxidant

Anti-inflammatory

Antibacterial

May Help Kill Cancer Cells

High in carbs, protein and fiber



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