- Low calorie product
Champignons are included in various diets, as they contain a lot of protein, vitamins, trace elements and at the same time low-calorie.
In 100g - 27kcal
- Protein source
1 kg of mushrooms in terms of protein is almost equal to 1 liter of cow's milk
In 100g - 4.3 g of protein
- Nicotinic Acid PP Source
Thanks to niacin, champignons help lower cholesterol, eliminate cholesterol plaques and thin the blood. Regular consumption of champignons reduces the risk of atherosclerosis.
In 100g - 27% of the daily intake
- P phosphorus
In terms of phosphorus content, champignons compete with seafood.
In 100g - 12.5% of the daily intake
- Source K of potassium
According to the potassium content, which supports the circulatory system and stimulates the metabolism, champignons leave behind many vegetables and fruits.
In 100g - 15% of the daily intake
- Amino acids
Up to 40% of the amino acids contained in champignons are indispensable for humans.
- B2 source of riboflavin
B2 are part of the enzymes that regulate the most important stages of metabolism, improves vision, positively affects the function of liver, blood circulation, and the state of the nervous system.
In 100g - 28% of the daily intake
Champignon has more antioxidants than wheat germ, tomato, green pepper, pumpkin and zucchini!