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How One Cup Of Mushrooms Can Fight Thyroid Imbalances, Cancer And Vitamin D Deficiencies

Written By Admin on Saturday, October 29, 2016 | 4:37:00 PM

There are many different types of mushrooms and most of them are beneficial for your health. They can be used as medicine in the treatment of various diseases because of the beneficial properties that cannot be found in most other ingredients.


Mushrooms and thyroid imbalance

Hypothyroidism is characterized with low function of the thyroid, while hyperthyroidism with increased activity of the thyroid gland. Many people lately suffer from these thyroid disorders, and both of them affect the overall health. These thyroid disorders can also affect in the process of weight loss since the gland regulates the function of metabolism and the regeneration of the body’s cells and the body temperature as well.
Mushrooms are an powerful antioxidant and since they contain a high amount of vitamin D and iodine, they are excellent for the thyroid gland. So if you have thyroid disorders, choose crimini, white button, enoki, shiitake, oyster or Portobello mushrooms. You will manage to balance the thyroid function in this natural way instead of using Thyroxin and similar medication for thyroid gland conditions.

Mushrooms and immunity

Over-activity of the immune system causes inflammations and some conditions that enable the immune system to protect us. For instance, allergies can negatively affect the function of the immune system. In case of these problems, you need something that will boost the immunity without enhancing the inflammations. This can be done with mushrooms since they accelerate the secretion of salivary immunoglobulin A which boosts the immune system without causing any kind of inflammation.
The secretion of sIgA increases by 50% if you eat 1 cup cooked button mushrooms every day for one week. The levels of sIgA will stay this high for one more week even if you don’t eat mushrooms any longer. The phytochemicals in mushrooms such as beta-glucan also boost the immune system’s function.
So, if you are older or your immune function is low, make mushrooms part of your diet.

Mushrooms and cancer

They are very powerful in the process of spreading cancer because of the specialized lectins and enzyme inhibitors. These ingredients can also divide the cancer cells.
Mushrooms contain high amounts of selenium, the mineral which is used in conventional treatments of cancer. This mineral lowers the risk of bladder cancer, according to last year’s study. Around 50% of the daily needs of selenium can be found in 100 gr. of cooked shitakes and raw crimini. And in the raw white button, there are around 20% of the daily needs of this mineral.

Mushrooms and vitamin D

Mushrooms are great source of vitamin D. Eating three of them daily will be enough for your body to get the vitamin D that it needs. If you’re not sure what you are buying in the market, you can always grow your own organic mushrooms at home.
So don’t forget to eat mushrooms every day, no matter if they are raw, saulté, or replace beef with a large mushroom and make a burger. Find the best way, and includthis powerful plant in your regular diet.

Source: healthcancercure.com
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