Every day, mushrooms are becoming recognized as a more important part of a balanced, nutritious diet. For us, it’s no surprise. The high vitamin D mushrooms in your grocery store have numerous
Explore the nutrient-packed profile of this superfood:
B Vitamins: Riboflavin, Niacin and Pantothenic Acid
Selenium (an antioxidant)
Whether you blend them with meat or make them your main dish, adding mushrooms to your plate may help you to reduce calories, fat and sodium without compromising flavor.
Blending mushrooms into what you’re cooking can improve the nutritional stats of your favorite recipes while beefing up portion sizes and giving the whole family an extra serving of vegetables. Think about serving the same burger with even better flavor and lowered fat and calories.
Scientists and researchers are hard at work to fully understand the impact mushrooms have on our health and their role in disease prevention. From cancer fighting and anti-inflammatory properties to weight management and cardiovascular health, the medical community is just beginning to understand the untapped potential of mushrooms.
Explore the current studies in this growing body of research