Crimini mushrooms, also known as baby portobello mushrooms, are a medicinal powerhouse and contain several unique health promoting compounds. They are a good source of vitamins E, B12, and D and minerals such as zinc, selenium, iron, & calcium. Crimini mushrooms contain potent anti-cancer compounds such as conjugated-linoleic acid (CLA) that are specifically beneficial for breast, ovarian, and uterine cancers due to its ability to prevent high levels of estrogen from circulating within the body.
They also have powerful anti-inflammatory properties that can effectively regulate inflammation in the heart, joints, organs, and tissues making them especially good for those who suffer with arthritis, heart disease, asthma, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, cardiovascular disease, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. Crimini mushroom’s also contain an antioxidant compound called L-ergothioneine which is known to be incredibly important for cognitive function, eye health, reproductive health, and lung health.
Crimini mushrooms are also excellent for strengthening the immune system and can significantly lower the risk of colds, flu, ear infections, bronchitis, swollen glands, sore throats, and chronic infections. They have even been shown to slow down or prevent the onset of tumors in the body. Crimini mushrooms also contain tryptophan which effects serotonin levels in the body and is essential to stabilize mood swings and create a balanced sleep pattern.
Crimini mushroom’s are a delicious and healthy addition to the diet and can be enjoyed raw, steamed, sauteed, or roasted and can be added to salads, soups, and vegetable dishes. The medicinal properties of mushrooms can also be found in capsule, tincture, tea, and extract form online or at your local health food store.
This item posted: 30-May-2015
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