(Agaricus campestris)
Champignons contain B vitamins, which improve the functioning of the hippocampus, relieve headaches, and stimulate thought processes. People who live in megacities and work intellectually at a computer will find mushrooms incredibly useful.

Champignons are a treasure trove of vitamins and useful trace elements. It contains B vitamins, including B1 and B2, B6 and B9; ascorbic acid tocopherol; magnesium and potassium; PP acid and vitamin A; choline; cobalt and zinc; Omega-6; phosphorus and iodine; potassium and polysaccharides; essential acids: palmitic and oleic; dietary fiber; linoleic acid; manganese and calcium.
Interesting fact: champignons are an indispensable product for two camps: those who do not eat fish and those who do not eat meat. In terms of phosphorus, mushrooms are as good as fish and seafood in general, and their large amount of essential amino acids can compete with meat.

Undoubtedly, the most important benefit of champignons for the human body is that they are a rich source of phosphorus. The high concentration of this substance in the product has the following beneficial effects:

  • normalizes metabolism;
  • tones up the body;
  • relieves fatigue and irritability;
  • liver and pancreas diseases;
  • calms the nervous system.
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