You already know how to fuel your body-don’t forget about powering your brain, too.
Mushrooms might not be the first brain food to come to mind, but the fungi have been found to reduce mild cognitive impairment (MCI), which is the stage between the cognitive decline that happens with regular aging and actual dementia.
Recent research published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found that eating two or more 150-gram servings of mushrooms per week over six years resulted in a 57 percent reduced MCI risk among participants over age 60.
Jestocost: Just another Zimbabwe waiting to happen. Without training in Agri business the farmers will fail, just like in Zim, and also I've seen it on farms in SA. Hamasab was lucky and smart, he took advice from the former owner and from consultants. Most of the redistributed land in Zim and SA wound up going fallow or failing, most due to lack of expertise. Keep in mind in many cases the land was not given to people who knew about farming (and there are many who do) put rather to friends of politicians and their families.