We grow Milky mushrooms in a clean and environment controlled environment using organic materials – Paddy straw, Black soil. All our practices adhere to strict policies to ensure that the production facilities are clean and continuously monitored by our quality team. Our facility is located in the green and lush area of Vizianagaram district, surrounded by tropical forests.
Milky Mushrooms provide the following benefits:
- Longest shelf life without any preservatives at room temperature.
- Beautiful shape and color are aesthetically pleasing.
- High protein content.
- Low calories while satisfying hunger with superior taste and texture.
- Various medicinal properties – immune boosting, anti oxidants
- Very different to vegetables because it provides nutrients in amounts not usually found in vegetables.
- A serve provides more than 20% of the daily needs for seven essential nutrients – riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, copper, chromium and selenium.
- Mushrooms exposed to sunlight (or the UV light in sunlight) will naturally generate vitamin D. Low in calories, making them perfect for a healthy weight.Help with appetite control so that you don’t overeat. Eating mushrooms daily is associated with better weight control.
- Provides good nutrition without adding fat, cholesterol or sodium to the meal.Enhances the flavour of dishes because it has the fifth flavour, umami, which is the savoury flavour naturally present in mushrooms.
- Has an antioxidant capacity similar to, or better than, common vegetables.Provides bio-active compounds that appear to improve immune function and potentially lower the risk of common diseases like heart disease and cancer.
Mushroom eaters are better eaters
An analysis of the 24-hour dietary recalls of nearly 25,000 adults revealed that they were nutritionally better off when they ate some mushrooms (O’Neill 2013). Those eating mushrooms, about one in 10 on the day of the diet recall, ate more protein, thiamin, niacin, folate, copper and selenium, and their Healthy Eating Index (HEI) was higher, when compared to those who didn’t eat mushrooms that day. Mushrooms are rich in niacin and the minerals copper and selenium.
With a higher HEI the mushroom eaters also enjoyed more vegetables, especially the dark green and orange varieties, more grains and more milk. This suggests that mushroom consumers generally eat better than the non-consumers. It is good news that mushrooms are associated with smarter eating choices. So what are you waiting for? Add mushrooms to your diet for a better lifestyle.