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Nutritional Values

The Diet

The diet aims to establish the relationship that should exist between groups of foodstuffs to provide each individual diets to meet their calorie requirements in the various health conditions, age, job latitude.


Each of us has a perfect diet and proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals, vitamins – if absorbed in certain proportions – allow us to maintain or restore balance to the body in this case appears to be alternating morbid facts or incorrect feeding habits.
I fungi, containing only traces of fat and having a lower amount of calories than other foods, can contribute very well to help those who suffer from the line, to vary the diets and to make them more bearable, integrating them with the help of their aroma and flavor.
Examining the “menu” of dietitians mushrooms come in different preparations: in salads, mixed raw or cooked with other vegetables too, in soups or sauces to flavor rice or pasta cooked in water, special dishes from browning in the oven, combined with vegetables, white meats, fish, in omelets and fried food.
Even in the preparation of vegetarian cuisine there are several recipes with mushrooms. In this case it is to replace animal products with plant foods rich in protein; between these products, together with soy and sesame seeds, legumes, cereal grains, dried fruit oil, chestnuts, there are also mushrooms which contain, as we have said, from 3 to 5 gr. of protein per 100g. of fresh product edible. These, combined with dairy products, fruits, herbs, spices, allow you to follow a macrobiotic diet or otherwise naturist.

Funghi e chillies

Champignons Grown in our diet:


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Essential in the diet of a woman for the low-fat (0%) and the high percentage of water (90%), the cultivated mushroom becomes an unbeatable ally for those who have deficiencies of phosphorus, calcium and iron and to provide a more balanced diet with vegetarian diets.
The best way to retain all the properties of the raw taste is cultivated Champignon, perhaps in dishes such as salads or pasta accompanied by colorful vegetables, satisfies without weighing it down, nourishes without getting fat. A food with no contra-indications, if eaten fresh … and quality.
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Vitamina B3

Name: Vitamina B3, Vitamina PP, Niacina/Nicotinamide
Aliments Content mg*
Steak 4.7
Rabbit meat 12.8
Tuna 10.8
Mushrooms 6.2
Green peas 2.3
Cashews 1.7
Rice 0.9
* Composition for 100 gr

Effects:

  • Release of energy from carbohydrates and lipids
  • Antioxidant
  • Cholesterol-lowering
  • Vasodilator (niacina, flushing)
  • Headache premenstrual

More effectively with:

  • Three B-complex vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Chrome
  • Zinc

Requirements:

(RDA: recommended daily values ​​by UP 1996 – Italian Society of Human Nutrition) Children: 6-13 mg. Adults: 14-20 mg. Niacin is expressed as niacin equivalents as it also includes niacin of endogenous origin synthesized from tryptophan (1 mg. Niacin derives from about 60 mg. Tryptophan).

Deficiency:

  • Pellagra
  • Muscular weakness, general fatigue
  • Headache
  • Changes in the skin, rashes, skin lesions, desquamation
  • Dizziness
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