Black fungus

Updated: September 2, 2021



Black fungus is rich in nutrients, containing protein, fat, calcium, carbohydrates, phosphorus, iron, carotenoids, and vitamins, as well as a lot of fiber, potassium, magnesium and sodium.

The content of protein in black fungus is equivalent to that of meat. The content of vitamin B2 is 4-10 times that of rice, noodles, Chinese cabbage and meat, and the calcium content is 30-70 times that of meat.

Black fungus tastes soft and crisp, and has the effects of clearing and moisturizing the lungs and adjusting the vitality and nourishment level of the blood.

It is a healthy food for people in the mining and textile industries. Modern medicine proves that the polysaccharides in black fungus can enhance human immunity and prevent and fight cancer.

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