If you are looking for an all-natural multivitamin, all you have to do is to skip the supplement aisle and get some mushrooms.
All mushrooms are fungi and they produce spores, similar to pollen or seeds, which allows them to spread or travel by the wind. The rest of the mushroom then matures, typically living in soil or wood.
Among many of its nutrients are B vitamins such as pantothenic acid (B5), niacin (B3) and riboflavin (B2).
Mushrooms are also rich in protein, fiber, potassium, vitamin D, calcium, copper, selenium and more.
All these buildups are not bad for a food that’s mor than 90% water. Mushrooms may do a lot more for your health than fueling your body. They have antibacterial properties, they can help lower cholesterol, and they are good for your immune system.
Mushrooms are being increasingly researched and used for their important health benefits with different varieties having different medicinal properties. They may even help prevent or treat diseases such as ‘Parkinson’ and ‘Alzheimer’, high blood pressure and cancer.