Mushrooms are full of selenium, riboflavin, and niacin, all help in fighting against disease and improving your immune function. How they work is they attach to bacteria because mushrooms stimulate your immune system’s helper T cells.
Because you can use mushrooms in so many dishes, it’s easy to add other ingredients, such as ginger and blueberries, that will further boost your immune system. Even though mushrooms tend to become harder to find at farmer’s markets during the winter, you can find them in stores. Always remember, the fresher, the better!