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Mushrooms of all varieties deliver a wealth of important nutrients to the body, in addition to providing antifungal and antimicrobial properties that prevent infection. The boost to the immune system is also linked to the antioxidant compounds found within mushrooms, notably shiitake mushrooms. These antioxidants can lower your levels of free radicals, which are byproducts of cellular respiration that can cause inflammation and oxidative stress, and pose a threat to the efficiency and strength of your immune system. Protection Status
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