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Mushrooms, Nutrition

Mushrooms are rich in vitamins B1, B2 and Niacin; and also contain important minerals including potassium, which is useful for helping regulate blood pressure, phosphorous, iron and copper. Raw mushrooms contain the most nutrients, so when possible, they should be eaten raw or lightly cooked. However, as long as the cooking juices are eaten in the dish, few of the nutrients are lost.

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