10 Different Types of Mushrooms And Their Benefits

Mushrooms are interesting living things that come in many colours, sizes, and shapes. In addition to being used in food, many mushrooms are also good for you in many other ways. Here are 10 kinds of mushrooms and what they can do for you.

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1. Shiitake Mushrooms

Shiitake mushrooms are full of vitamins and minerals and have chemicals in them that help the immune system work, lower inflammation, and may even help fight cancer.

2. Portobello Mushrooms

These big, fatty mushrooms are a good source of protein, fibre, and many nutrients, such as selenium, which helps the immune system work and may also help fight cancer.

3. Reishi Mushrooms

For hundreds of years, reishi mushrooms have been used as medicine. People think that they can boost the immune system, make you feel less tired, protect the heart, and even slow down the ageing process.

4. Maitake Mushrooms

Beta-glucans are chemicals that are known to help the nervous system. Maitake mushrooms have a lot of them. They might also help keep blood sugar levels in check and help you keep off weight.

5. Oyster Mushrooms

While oyster mushrooms are low in fat and calories, they are high in protein, fibre, and many nutrients, such as vitamins B and D. They also have vitamins that are good for your health in general.

6. Lion's Mane Mushrooms

Lion's mane mushrooms are becoming more popular because they might help your brain. They have chemicals in them that might help brain cells grow, make you smarter, and protect you from neurodegenerative illnesses.

7. Enoki Mushrooms

There are not many calories or carbs in enoki mushrooms, but they have a lot of fibre, vitamins, and minerals. They also have polysaccharides and vitamins that help the immune system work and may be able to fight cancer.

8. Chanterelles

There are a lot of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes in chanterelle mushrooms. They have chemicals in them that may help the immune system work better, lower inflammation, and support good skin.

9. Cremini Mushrooms

Baby bella mushrooms, which are another name for cremini mushrooms, are a good source of protein, fibre, and many nutrients, such as vitamins B and D. They also have vitamins that are good for your health in general.

10. White Button Mushrooms

White button mushrooms are a forgotten but beneficial complement to any diet. They have protein, fibre, vitamins, and minerals but few calories. They also include antioxidants that boost the immune system and reduce chronic illness risk.

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