Benefits and harms are largely dependent on how to prepare them and in what quantities to use. The reasons for their popularity with mushroom pickers, in addition to taste, include the relative simplicity of gathering, as they grow in families.
Composition and nutritional value of experience
Like most natural products, these mushrooms contain many beneficial minerals and vitamins that are preserved after preparation.
The calorie content of this product depends on how it is cooked. Fresh calorie is only 17 kcal per 100 grams. But since you don’t eat raw mushrooms, there are actually a few more calories in them.
Calorie pickled mushrooms
Relatively low - only 22 calories per 100 grams, which makes these mushrooms an excellent product for weight loss.
Calorie fried mushrooms
The energy value of these mushrooms depends on how they were cooked. So, 100 grams of mushrooms roasted in their own juice contain 55 kilocalories. If you fry them with onions, the calorie content of the product rises to 83 kcal.
Calorie cooked mushrooms
Significantly lower calorie content in boiled mushrooms, which are second after pickled, is 26 kcal per 100 grams.
Calorie frozen mushrooms
The energy value of frozen mushrooms is the same as that of pickled mushrooms - 22 kcal per 100 grams. However, since it is impossible to eat them in the frozen state, and when defrosting mushrooms are subjected to heat treatment, their total caloric content will be somewhat higher - depending on the prepared dish.
The content of proteins, fats and carbohydrates in the mushrooms
The percentage of proteins, fats and carbohydrates is greatly shifted towards protein - its amount ranges from 50 to 55%, depending on which dish it is. The amount of fat and carbohydrates is about the same, the fat is slightly higher.
The ratio of BJU in grams looks like this:
- proteins make up 2.2 g;
- fats - 1.2 g;
- carbohydrates - only 0.7 g.
What vitamins and trace elements are found in the mushrooms
Usefulness of experience is provided by a significant amount of useful minerals and vitamins that are stored after the heat treatment of the product.
So, most of all in the composition:
- vitamin B9 (folic acid);
- beta carotene;
- vitamin C;
In addition, the composition of these mushrooms include mineral elements such as iron, iodine and bromine.Attention! In addition to useful chemical elements, these fungi also contain toxic: lead, cadmium and oxalic acid.
What are useful mushrooms for the body
A variety of nutrients positively affects the human body:
- Beta-carotene is an antioxidant that slows the aging process in the body.
- Folic acid boosts immunity and has anti-inflammatory action.
- Vitamin C - ascorbic acid is an antioxidant with many beneficial properties. It enhances immunity, helps to eliminate toxins, strengthens blood vessels and helps strengthen the nervous system.
- Potassium and magnesium support the work of the heart and provide prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
- Thanks to vitamin B2, it improves vision and skin, hair and nails. This vitamin is also responsible for the recovery of the body and the absorption of iron.
- The iron present in the composition of the fungus is responsible for the reproduction of hemoglobin by the human body, which is useful for people with anemia.
Useful properties of fresh mushrooms
The most fully useful elements are revealed precisely when the mushrooms are fresh, but after freezing and drying some of the properties inevitably disappear. Therefore, in order to get the maximum amount of nutrients from mushrooms, they should be eaten as early as possible, without leaving the collected mushrooms for several days.
Thus, fresh mushrooms have the following useful properties:
- Increase immunity and act as a prevention of heart disease and blood vessels.
- Improve the overall condition of the body.
- Normalize the thyroid gland.
- Increase the level of hemoglobin in the body.
- Lower cholesterol.
- They have a laxative effect, which is useful for intestinal problems.
The benefits of pickled mushrooms
The ratio of proteins, fats and carbohydrates pickled mushrooms is almost the same as fresh; their energy value is also comparable.
However, the total amount of nutrients in pickled substances is still reduced compared to fresh ones. Appreciate pickled mushrooms more for taste and low calorie, than for the high content of healthy minerals.
It's funny that marinated mushrooms have two contradictory properties: on the one hand, they secrete mucus that helps the intestines work, and on the other, vinegar, salt and a large amount of spices are used for their spin, and , respectively, not recommended for people who suffer from diseases of the stomach.
How useful dried mushrooms
The beneficial properties of dried mushrooms are not limited to their chemical composition. In addition, the content of minerals and vitamins, they are similar to fresh, which means they have the same benefits for the body, they have several other advantages:
- Stored much longer than fresh, and almost as compact as frozen.
- Due to the long shelf life available at any time of the year.
- They contain more protein than fresh mushrooms.
How are frozen mushrooms useful?
The main benefit of frozen mushrooms is that, subject to the rules for freezing, the energy value and complex of minerals and vitamins are almost unchanged. Due to this and the fact that it is possible to freeze the mushrooms for up to one year (depending on which mushrooms were frozen, fresh, fried or boiled), they can be eaten year-round, getting all their beneficial properties.
Are the mushrooms useful for those who watch their weight
In terms of calorie content, these mushrooms are a very suitable product for losing weight, therefore, on the one hand, it is not just possible, but necessary, to use them for losing weight or maintaining weight. On the other hand, mushrooms themselves are hard to digest, and honey mushrooms are no exception. Therefore, you can not constantly use too much product. Instead, you can enter it in the diet in small quantities, preferring not fried or pickled, but lighter stews.
Limitations and contraindications to use again
We must not forget that the mushrooms, like any mushrooms, must be used with caution.
What harm can do mushrooms
Some negative consequences of the frequent use of this type of mushrooms for food have already been identified: problems with the absorption of the pancreatic product (it may threaten with pancreatitis and other gastrointestinal diseases) and the risk of poisoning by toxic substances. In addition, the possibility of poisoning by false mushrooms as a result of which diarrhea can begin in people with a weak stomach can be attributed to negative consequences.
Who should refuse to receive experience
Temporarily refrain or completely abandon the use of these mushrooms in food is the following categories of people:
- Women during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
- People suffering from diseases of the digestive tract.
- Children up to 7-10 years old - fully, up to 12-13 years old - to be limited to small portions.
- People with individual intolerance and allergies.
- People suffering from hypertension and heart disease.
Possible risk of poisoning
Poisoning is possible in several cases:
- if you accidentally use the mushroom raw;
- with individual intolerance or weak stomach;
- if you make a mistake and confuse with a false openness.
Symptoms of poisoning usually appear after a few hours. These include:
- nausea or vomiting;
- pain, pain or other discomfort in the stomach.
Poisoning with false mushrooms is not fatal, but can lead to severe dehydration, which is bad for health.
If you do not give first aid, the state of the poisoning begins to worsen, the symptoms progress, vomiting increases, blood sugar drops, and dizziness begins.
First aid for poisoning is to prevent dehydration and remove at least some of the toxins from the body. For this you need:
- drink enough liquid - warm water, tea or broth;
- self-induce vomiting (if the poisoning is found at an early stage);
- drink absorbent - activated carbon, Smektu, Polysorb or any other medicine with an absorbent effect.
Thus, the possible benefit and harm of experience depends not only on the possible quantity of the product or possible contraindications, but also on the care of the mushroom picker.