I don't like mushrooms, but I have found in a recipe that calls for them in a dish that will be cooked or baked, zucchini makes a good substitute. They are about the same texture, and the flavor blends with just about anything.
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Mushrooms themselves provide you with lean proteins as they have zero cholesterol, fats and very low carbohydrates. contain natural insulin and enzymes which help breaking down of sugar or starch of the food. They contain Vitamin D, calcium, Iron and potassium.
Mushrooms can be an ideal low energy diet for diabetics. Egg Whites and mushrooms, 4 ounce steak and mushrooms, Portabella mushroom burger
Mushrooms contain natural insulin & enzymes that break down starch & sugar in foods. You will benefit from vitamin D, the B vitamins, Iron, Calcium & potassium. Mushrooms are extrememly low calorie, are fat and cholesterol free. Popular choices are Portabella mushroom burgers or mushrooms stuffed with crabmeat, or raw with a dip. If you have Candida or frequent yeast infections avoid mushrooms of any kind becuase they are a fungus that could promote yeast which is a single cell fungi.
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