The power of the mushroom

Wake up and see the beautiful colours around you 🙌🌿👌 breakfast. 

About 100 species of #mushrooms are being studied for their health-promoting benefits. Of those hundred, about a half dozen really stand out for their ability to deliver a tremendous boost to your immune system.
It’s important to eat only organically grown mushrooms because they absorb and concentrate whatever they grow in — good OR bad. This is what gives mushrooms their potency. Mushrooms are known to concentrate heavy metals, as well as air and water pollutants, so healthy growing conditions is a critical factor. See http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/05/13/mushroom-benefits.aspx for full information on this amazing food! 

While it may sound strange, we’re actually more closely related to fungi than we are to any other kingdom, as we share the same pathogens, meaning bacteria and viruses.

As a defense against bacterial invasion, fungi have developed strong antibiotics, which also happen to be effective for us humans. Penicillin, streptomycin, and tetracycline all come from fungal extracts.

Recipe:

Four large mushrooms quartered 

4. Baby tomatoes 

Quarter aubergine/eggplant 

Chopped Basil 

Sprinkle of salt and pepper as you like it 

Drizzle of Date syrup and balsamic vinegar in top and let it cook in a saucepan for about 15 minutes then serve on a bed of lettuce 

  

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