On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, we’re answering a viewer question who asked, are mushrooms healthy?
Today’s viewer question is from #AskLiveLeanTV Ep. 021.
Here’s today’s viewer question:
Dex2real from Snapchat asks:
Are mushrooms healthy?
Yes, mushrooms are very healthy.
I used to hate mushrooms growing up.
It used to be one of the only foods I would not eat.
I think it’s because mushrooms are just ugly and dirty looking.
The little hairs on them also reminded me of nasal hair 😂.
Thinking about eating the hair in your nose just disgusted me.
This is why, as a kid, I never ate mushrooms.
Once I wanted to change my body and health, I started learning more about the health benefits of mushrooms.
Based on what I learned, I decided I was going to give them a try.
Therefore, if something is healthy for me, I knew I had to get past the mindset of avoiding healthy foods that don’t taste good or look disgusting.
Once I did this, I started adding mushrooms to my salads.
I also started cooking mushrooms in coconut oil with onions.
I quickly found out that mushrooms are delicious when you cook them right.
Mushrooms are very high in a lot of vitamins and minerals.
I definitely recommend you add in more mushrooms to your diet.
It’s time to get over the fact that mushrooms look like nasal hair 😂.
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