No not those. The ones you cook with. These fabulous fungi have some serious nutritional values. According to Medical News Today, mushrooms have lots of antioxidants (the chemicals that help reduce pre-cancerous changes in your body), selenium (good for skin, immune system and is anti-inflammatory) and vitamin D (did you know that mushrooms produce vit D just like human skin does?) Sunshine mushrooms are going got be a thing. Mushrooms also have quite a lot of fiber (the soluble kind, beta-glucan, like oats) which lowers blood sugars and LDL cholesterol and boosts the feeling of satiety; fullness and satisfaction. They are also very low in calories, though high in nutrients. Here’s a link tostuffed mushrooms.