Magic Mushrooms - True or False?

Magic Mushrooms - True or False?

A study in Food Science & Nutrition found that adding 84g, or half a cup, of a combination of portabella, cremini, and white mushrooms or oyster mushrooms to a daily meal increased dietary fifibrepotassium, selenium, copper, phosphorus, riboflavin, niacin, and choline -- without affecting calories, carbohydrate, sodium or fat. The findings also revealed that the consumption of mushrooms exposed to ultraviolet light provides a daily 5mcg of vitamin D.

Curcumin Efficacy and Safety in COVID-19 Infection
Olive Oil Addiction


There are no comments yet. Be the first one to leave a comment!