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Mushrooms are available and grow throughout the world. There are many kinds both edible and poisonous. Some edible mushrooms have a compound that gets converted into Vitamin D when exposed to UV lights. Although mushrooms are not vegetable, because of their texture and juicy nature, they can be replaced instead of meat in many vegetarian recipes. Calories for 100 gms of mushroom is 22 calories, with a total 0.3 gms of fat, and 1gm of…

Consuming Whole grain is more beneficial to the body. This is a widely known fact and is recommended by almost all nutritionists and medical experts. What is surprising is the fact that the amount of nutrition in sprouts is much higher that even whole grains. Sprouts are whole grains which grow and germinate when soaked and left with the right amount of temperature light and moisture. During the sprouting process, some enzymes are released. This…

100 grams of Asparagus contains as low as 20 calories, dietary fiber of 2.1g, fat 0.1g, cholesterol 0mg, and protein of 2.2g. Asparagus is a perennial. The young shoots are used as vegetable. 93% of asparagus is composed of water. It is also rich in Vitamin B, calcium, magnesium, zinc, beta-carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, thiamin, riboflavin, folic acid, iron, phosphorus, potassium, copper, manganese, and selenium. Since asparagus is very low in calories,…

The question is “What does my weight have to do with Kidneys?” The simple answer being, more weight, more work for the kidneys to filter wastes from the body. Kidneys filter approximately 170 liters of blood every day. Obese people have a higher tendency to develop high blood pressure and diabetes, both of which lead to kidney disease or kidney failure. Although obesity or overweight indirectly causes harm to the kidney, the excess weight still…