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Edible mushrooms: Learn about the 6 healthiest types for your diet!

Simple, delicate, and very powerful! Mushrooms mota gummies are versatile, functional foods that can harmonize with the most diverse daily recipes.

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  • In their countless types (differentiated by shapes, sizes, colors, flavors, and aromas) they also stand out for their health benefits.
  • Here is a list of the most popular mushrooms currently consumed in fit cuisine and their nutritional benefits!
  • Called “good fungi” because they belong to the Fungi Kingdom, mushrooms have very characteristic shapes: a large head, which resembles the shape of a hat, held by a thin trunk.
  • They can vary being edible, hallucinogenic and poisonous, so it is of utmost importance that they are acquired in establishments, fairs, markets or mota gummies, and not picked deliberately.
  • According to nutritionist Daniella Chain, edible mushrooms have good nutrients and are beneficial to our health:
  • “The edible mushrooms have low fat content and few calories, in addition they have a high concentration of B vitamins and minerals such as potassium, iodine, calcium and phosphorus.
  • which act in search of a healthy organism. We can highlight for consumption the Paris, Shitake, Shimeji, Portobello, Porcini and Truffles”, explains the professional.

Check out 6 edible and healthy mushrooms for your diet


1 – Paris: One of the most consumed and well-known in Brazil is our popular mushroom. The mushroom can be eaten fresh or canned and its benefits include the proper functioning of the intestine, besides providing satiety by being rich in dietary fiber.

2 – Shitake: This type of mushroom has gained a larger space in the Brazilian diet through Japanese food. “It is the second most consumed and is ideal for controlling blood pressure and cholesterol levels. In addition, it strengthens the immune system by inhibiting the growth of viruses and bacteria. Shitake is also a powerful aphrodisiac!

3 – Shimeji: The most consumed mushroom in China is extremely nutritious. Source of fiber, minerals, vitamins and proteins, its consumption is related to the combat of chronic diseases. “It is the tastiest of mushrooms and is an excellent ally in fighting cancer and bad cholesterol, the HDL,” says Dr. Daniella.

4 – Portobello: According to the nutritionist, this species has a more intense aroma and harder texture, if compared to the other mushrooms. It is usually used in preparations that take meats or salads. Portobello is also responsible for strengthening the immune system and controlling cholesterol levels.

5 – Porcini: Also known as Funghi Secchi, it is rich in proteins and amino acids that help speed up the metabolism. “It is usually found already dehydrated, which makes its sugar and mineral levels low, since there are losses during the dehydration process,” explains the professional.

6 – Truffles (white or black): They also belong to the class of fungi and are extremely beneficial to our body. According to Dr. Daniella they have high nutritional values and are usually highly valued as food. They are rich in vitamins and proteins that help control cholesterol and prevent premature aging of the cells.

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Simple, delicate, and very powerful! Mushrooms mota gummies are versatile, functional foods that can harmonize with the most diverse daily recipes. In their countless types (differentiated by shapes, sizes, colors, flavors, and aromas) they also stand out for their health benefits. Here is a list of the most popular mushrooms currently consumed in fit cuisine…

Simple, delicate, and very powerful! Mushrooms mota gummies are versatile, functional foods that can harmonize with the most diverse daily recipes. In their countless types (differentiated by shapes, sizes, colors, flavors, and aromas) they also stand out for their health benefits. Here is a list of the most popular mushrooms currently consumed in fit cuisine…