VIT D-OWN UNDER
You wouldn't think that our antipodean cousins would be lacking a lot in the vitamin D department. Think of Australia and you think of wall to wall sunshine. But they do have a winter down there too. Now the mushroom industry in Australia is also getting in on the vitamin D supplementation.The team at SA Mushrooms claim three servings of their new offering, the aptly named Vitamin D Mushroom, provides consumers with their required daily vitamin D intake.The average everyday mushroom has an average of 2.3 micrograms of vitamin D per serving, which is 23 per cent of daily requirements. A vitamin D mushroom has at least 10 micrograms of vitamin D per serving (100g or 3 medium mushrooms), the amount most adults need each day.