Do mushrooms not digest?

Best answer
May cause obstructions because they are hard to digest or are irritating to the gut: Coconut, corn, crab, fibrous foods such as celery, fried foods, lobster, mushrooms, nuts, many vegetables used in Asian cooking, popcorn, raw vegetables, salads, shrimp, and string beans.
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Meat, particularly red meat, is hard to digest so should be eaten sparingly. Processed and fast foods are often high in fat, making them difficult to digest. They are also rich in sugar, which may upset the balance of bacteria in the gut.
This process happens continually, so proteins aren't in demand the way carbs are. Fats take the longest to digest—not only are they the last of the macronutrients to leave the stomach, but they also don't go through the majority of the digestive process until they hit the small intestine.
As such, carbs have the shortest digestion time—and refined ones, like crackers and cookies, are digested quicker than unprocessed carbs, like the apple, which tend to be rich in fiber—so they can provide quick energy.
Brown rice, millet, buckwheat, oats and cornmeal take 90 minutes whereas lentils, chickpeas, peas, kidney beans and soy beans takes 2-3 hours to digest.
Andrew Weil says that all mushrooms are essentially indigestible if eaten raw because of their tough cell walls, and that to release their nutrients, they must be cooked..
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