3 Reasons Why You Should Eat Mushrooms

by SkinnyMs.

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They might not look as pretty as some of nature’s other superfoods, but don’t write off the medicinal and nutritional properties of mushrooms. Eastern healers have recognized the benefits of mushrooms for centuries, and it turns out, they’ve been right!
Discover tasty ways to add this superfood to your meal plan with some of our best mushroom recipes, and learn more about the health benefits of this healthful fungi below.

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Marinated Mushrooms

 

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3 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD EAT MUSHROOMS:

1. Mushrooms Can Keep You Looking Young

Mushrooms contain selenium, an antioxidant that helps to control damage done by free radicals. This, in combination with mushrooms’ offering of Vitamin E, works to protect cells and will help reduce signs of aging.

2. Mushrooms Lower Blood Pressure

Mushrooms offer up a healthy dose of potassium, and research shows that diets that include natural sources of potassium are important in reducing high blood pressure because potassium lessens the effects of sodium on the body. This also helps to reduce the risk of stroke.

3. Mushrooms Can Help You Lose Weight

Because mushrooms are low in calories, but high in nutrients, they can be used to help you control your weight. Plus, they’re versatile enough to be added to host of delicious salads, soups, sauces, or other dishes.

 

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2 Comments on "3 Reasons Why You Should Eat Mushrooms"

  1. Richard Viers  February 16, 2017

    I built a greenhouse just so my family could eat right and well all year.

    Reply
    • Gale Compton  February 17, 2017

      Richard, I would love that and I’m sure others would as well. Could you give us some ideas about expense, work involved, etc.?

      Reply

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