Buy oyster mushrooms 500g


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Where to Buy Oyster Mushrooms

Buy fresh, dry, fresh oyster mushrooms.  They are considered one of the easiest to grow, rich in nutrition and flavor.

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Medical uses of oyster mushroom

-Immune system support

Unlike some foods that stimulate or suppress the immune system, mushrooms maintain balance.

-Reduce hypertension

The body needs nutrients such as vitamin D to regulate blood pressure levels.

-Control cholesterol levels

Mushrooms such as oysters have a savory flavor and are cholesterol-free. So they can be used as a substitute for meat in many stir-fries.

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-Make strong bones

Many nutrients are good for building strong bones.

Especially vitamin D and magnesium.

-Anti-inflammatory properties

The beta-glucans and antioxidants in oyster mushrooms are good foods for lowering inflammation.

-Anti-cancer properties

The beta-glucans in mushrooms like oysters act as powerful antioxidants that can protect your body from cancer.

-Heart protection against cardiovascular disease.

Many types of mushrooms appear overnight and grow or expand quickly. This phenomenon is the source of some common expressions in English, including “mushrooms” or “mushrooms” (expanding in size or range quickly) and “mushroom-like pops out” (appears quickly).

China is the best producer of edible mushrooms. The country produces about half of all cultivated mushrooms, and 1.4 billion people consume about 2.7 kg (6.0 lb) of mushrooms per person per year.


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