You would be surprised at the health benefits that mushroom varieties can bring. Min Zhang, School of Population Health University of Western Australia Research Associate on positive effects of eating mushrooms in China for women has shown that there is a magic to them. The Agaricus mushrooms family may have an extra benefit that goes unnoticed and could give you a health boost. Read more now on soulcybin review.
Zhang of Zhejiang University and The University of Western Australia found that mushrooms and green tea can protect from breast cancer. Zhang claimed that breast Cancer was the most frequent type of cancer among women globally and that it was rapidly increasing both in developed and emerging countries. Not surprisingly, China had a four to five-fold lower rate of breast cancer than developed countries. Study hoped to prove that this may be related to Chinese culture’s traditional use of green leaf and dried tea leaves, along with fresh and dried mushrooms. It was believed that green tea, mushroom extracts, as well as mushrooms had anti-carcinogenic and could stimulate breast cancer immune responses.
A total of 2000 women between the ages 20 and 87 from relatively wealthy Southeast China were monitored for their consumption of mushrooms, green tea, and other beverages. Half of the women had health problems, the remaining half were diagnosed with breast cancer. The most widely consumed mushrooms were Agaricus bifidus fresh button mushrooms and Lentinula alensis dried mushrooms. Some women had no preference for green tea and others preferred mushrooms.
According to the results, the intake of both mushrooms and green tea combined with a low-risk diet reduced the risk of breast carcinoma. It also had a positive effect on malignancy. Zhang concluded that this inexpensive and easy-to-use dietary treatment may offer protection from breast cancer development, provided it’s confirmed by other research.