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physiology of a mushroom?

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Gaby
5 months ago
Mushrooms are the fruiting bodies of a
group of higher fungi that have evolved
contemporaneously with plants for
millions of years. ... In less than 5% of
the cases, poisoning occurs after the
mushroom is consumed for its mind-
altering properties.
isaaq
5 months ago
Mushrooms are fungi, which are so distinct in nature they are classified as their own kingdom – separate from plants or animals. While commonly placed in the vegetable category for dietary recommendations, mushrooms are, however, not a vegetable based on their cellular organization and composition such as chitin and ergosterol.Mushrooms’ nutrient and culinary characteristics suggest it may be time to re-evaluate food groupings and health benefits in the context of three separate food kingdoms: plants/ botany; animals/zoology and fungi/mycology.
*.Mushrooms are a good source of B vitamins, including riboflavin, niacin, and pantothenic acid, which help to provide energy by breaking down proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
B vitamins also play an important role in the nervous system.
Pantothenic acid helps with the production of hormones and also plays an important role in the nervous system.
Riboflavin helps maintain healthy red blood cells.
Niacin promotes healthy skin and makes sure the digestive and nervous systems function properly.
*.Mushrooms are also a source of important minerals:Selenium is a mineral that works as an antioxidant to protect body cells from damage that might lead to heart disease, some cancers and other diseases of aging. It also has been found to be important for the immune system and fertility in men. Many foods of animal origin and grains are good sources of selenium, but mushrooms are among the richest sources of selenium in the produce aisle and provide 8-22 mcg per serving. This is good news for vegetarians, whose sources of selenium are limited.Ergothioneineis a naturally occurring antioxidant that alsomay help protect the body’s cells. Mushrooms provide 2.8-4.9 mg of ergothioneine per serving of white, portabella or crimini mushrooms.Copperhelps make red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body.Copper also helps keep bones and nerves healthy.
Potassium is an important mineral many people do not get enough of. It aidsin the maintenance of normal fluid and mineral balance, which helps control blood pressure. It also plays a role in making sure nerves and muscles, including the heart, function properly. Mushrooms have 98-376 mg of potassium per 84 gram serving, which is 3-11 percent of theDaily Value.*.Beta-glucans, found in numerous mushroom species, have shown marked immunity-stimulating effects, contribute to resistance against allergies and may also participate in physiological processes related to the metabolism of fats and sugars in the human body. Thebeta-glucans contained in oyster, shiitake and split gill mushrooms are considered to be the most edible ones
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