Mushroom Masala Curry

Video Recipe of Mushroom Masala Curry


Mushrooms contain conjugated Linoleic Acid and Beta-Glucans, which have anti-carcinogenic effect and help in the prevention of prostate and breast cancer.

Mushrooms are the only vegetable source of vitamin D as it produces the vitamin when exposed to sunlight.

Mushroom may boost immunity by increasing the level of antiviral and other proteins in the body.

Rich in iron content, mushrooms can cure anemia. Patients with anemia have lower levels of iron in the blood and it leads to digestive problems.

Mushrooms are loaded with antioxidants, which help fight free radicals.

Mushrooms help in decreasing the cholesterol levels. Mushrooms are low in carbohydrate and have no fat or cholesterol. They are also rich in lean protein, which assist in burning cholesterol.

Mushrooms are the best source of selenium apart from animal protein. It is essential element for the healthy bones, teeth, hair and nails.

Some mushroom varieties like maitake and shitake, contain higher content of potassium, which act as vasodilator. 

 Replacing mushrooms with mushrooms for just one meal a day can lead to a significant weight loss.

Mushrooms are loaded with copper and niacin, which promote function nerves and nervous system.

Vitamin B5 present in the food item plays an important role in the normal functioning of brain.

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