Health Foods - Metabolism-Boosting Mushrooms


How to make it:
You can add mushrooms to anything from omelette and salads to stir-frys, and gluten-free pasta dishes. Herbed oven roasted or sautéed mushrooms over a bed of organic greens is a favourite side dish. Easy breezy appetizer marinade button mushrooms in balsamic vinaigrette and served chilled on toothpicks, or skewer and toss them on the grill.

Interesting Facts: Vitamin D is the reigning nutrition rock star. Adequate levels improve muscle strength and help muscles work more efficiently, by boosting energy from within cells. This key nutrient is not found naturally in many foods, and getting enough can be a challenge. Vitamin D is present in sunrays; Unfortunately, we can’t rely on the sun as your sole source, especially here in rainy London. Researchers from Boston USM, found that in healthy adults, eating sun-drenched mushrooms for 12 winter weeks was just as effective at raising blood vitamin D levels as taking a supplement.


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