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Mushrooms are an incredibly nutritious and versatile addition to your diet, but they also strengthen your immune system, due to their natural antiviral and antimicrobial properties. Mushrooms can help the body improve its immuno-specific response to certain viruses, and for something like HPV, which has more than 170 strains, this is an important benefit. The active ingredients in mushrooms also inhibit viruses from multiplying, thus keeping the infection contained. Mushrooms can be added to countless meals, and even eaten raw to benefit from their potent antiviral components. Protection Status
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