Following on from our blog regarding cruciferous vegetables and their phenomenal health benefits, we thought another curious little recipe was in order. And so here we have a twist on an old favourite — hash browns!
These are great with anything as a side or even as a main, they take very little time to prepare and you can spice them up with some chilli or whichever juicy flavours take your fancy. And lets not forget all of those fabulous health benefits, see below;
This compound is suggested
to reduce the risk of cancer, break down fat and increase muscle mass, but it has also been linked to modulating oestrogen metabolism.
Members of the flavonoid group of bioactive compounds with a myriad of health benefits. Most commonly know for their anti-oxidative effects, they have also been show to act as anti-inflammatories, protect DNA and help
the immune system (to name just a few).
Derived from the breakdown of glucosinolates (sulfur-containing compounds), these are suggested to be anti-inflammatory / anti-cancer capabilities.
Immunomodulation (Mushroom Complex)
Strengthening, balancing, supporting and regulating the immune system, optimising immune response (great for winter).
Adaptogen (Mushroom Complex)
Helping the body adapt to stress.
Reishi (Mushroom Complex)
Known historically as the Mushroom of Immortality, Reishi's compounds have been shown to provide good all around calming and relaxing effects as well as supporting the immune system.
Chaga (Mushroom Complex)
Chaga is packed with anti-oxidants with studies suggesting its compounds have the capacity to provide support for the immune system and its ability to modulate it.
Cordyceps (Mushroom Complex)
Cordyceps has been used for cognitive and athletic performance along with it's possible immunomodulatory effects.