Facts about champignons
Useful qualities of champignons
27 calories and 100% taste!
Low calorie product
Champignons are included in various diets, as they contain a lot of protein, vitamins, trace elements and at the same time provide low calories.
100 g contain 27 kcal

Source of K potassium
In terms of potassium content, which supports the circulatory system and stimulates metabolism, champignons leave many vegetables and fruits behind.
100 g contain 15% of the daily consumption rate
Protein Source
1 kg of champignons in terms of protein is almost equal to 1 liter of cow's milk.
100 g contain 4.3 g of protein
Amino acids
Up to 40% of the amino acids contained in champignons are indispensable for humans.
Nicotinic acid PP source
Thanks to nicotinic acid, champignons help reduce cholesterol, eliminate cholesterol plaques and thinner blood. Regular consumption of champignons reduces the risk of atherosclerosis.
100 g contain 27% of the daily consumption rate
Source of B2 riboflavin
B2 is part of enzymes regulating the most important stages of metabolism, improves vision, positively affects liver function, hematopoiesis, and the state of the nervous system.
100 g contains 28% of the daily consumption rate
P Phosphorus
In terms of phosphorus content, champignons can compete with seafood.
100 g contain 12.5% of the daily consumption rate
There are more antioxidants in champignons than in wheatgrass, tomato, green pepper, pumpkin and zucchini!
Champignon is a mushroom champion!
The most common edible mushroom in the world

They started growing champignons in artificial conditions under Louis XIV in France
In Russia, the first champignonians appeared in the 19th century
It is the only mushroom that can be eaten in raw form
Champignon is the king of cuisine, there are more than 1000 recipes with it
Low calorie and protein and vitamin rich product
Used in cosmetology and pharmaceuticals