Feel Good with Mushrooms

Roasted Oyster Mushrooms With Arugula and Walnuts

Happy National Nutrition Month! With nutrition top of mind this time of year, we wanted to take the time to share the ways mushroom nutrition can help us feel good. 

When you fuel your body with key nutrients, it can benefit your holistic well-being. This month and every month, add mushrooms to your plate alongside other nutritious ingredients like red bell peppers, kale or chicken. From vitamin D and selenium to copper and riboflavin, mushrooms have the nutrients you need to help you feel good. 

Vitamin D 

Vitamin D helps your body build and maintain strong bones so you can FEEL GOOD the next time you head to the gym. One serving of UV-light exposed crimini mushrooms delivers 128% DV of vitamin D. Try out this hearty crimini mushroom pasta recipe with peas, walnuts and pesto. 


This nutrient works as an antioxidant to protect the body from heart disease, cancer and aging so you can FEEL GOOD at your next checkup. One serving of portabella mushrooms delivers 28% DV of selenium. These Mexican-inspired stuffed portabellas are filled with black beans, quinoa, spicy peppers and onions for a flavorful and veggie-friendly meal. 


Copper keeps your bones and nerves healthy so you can FEEL GOOD and worry less about achy joints. One serving of white button mushrooms delivers 30% DV of copper. Slice up some white buttons for this Asian BBQ Sesame Salmon with Noodles & Veggies and feel good with flavor. 


Riboflavin helps with the production of hormones and plays an important role in the nervous system so you can FEEL GOOD and function at your best all day long. One serving of oyster mushrooms delivers 24% DV of riboflavin or vitamin B2. Get your feel-good fix with this Roasted Oyster Mushroom Salad. 

Roasted Oyster Mushrooms with Arugula and Walnuts


Discover more about the benefits of mushrooms here.

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