Unlike other foods, which can only supplement one part of the diet, matsutake mushrooms meet most of the nutritional requirements of the human body, and contain 18 amino acids, 14 essential trace elements, 49 active nutrients, 5 unsaturated fatty acids, 8 vitamins, 2 glycoproteins, rich dietary fibre and many active enzymes. It is also rich in dietary fibre and many active enzymes, and contains three valuable active substances, namely the double chain matsutake polysaccharide, the matsutake polypeptide and the matsutake alcohol, the world's only anti-cancer substance, making it the world's most precious natural medicinal mushroom.
Compared to other mushrooms, matsutake is relatively low in calories and rich in nutrients. It is also relatively easy to absorb. Most of the nutrients are absorbed by the human body after ingestion, and as wild mushrooms are wild, they are a recognised wild green food with no trace of processing. It is suitable for people of all ages.
As well as being rich in many nutritional elements to supplement the body's needs, matsutake mushrooms also have many special features. Matsutake has anti-cancer and anti-tumour virtues and is very effective in fighting many types of cancer.
The consumption of matsutake mushrooms improves the body's immune system and protects people from many illnesses. If you are often ill during the change of season, you may choose to eat more matsutake mushrooms.