Melbourne: Eating three or four button mushrooms a day is sufficient to make vitamin D for the average person`s estimated daily needs, according to an Australian scientist.Professor Rebecca Mason, head of physiology at Sydney Medical School and past president of the ANZ Bone and Mineral Society has found that like humans, button mushrooms also need exposure to sunlight for the photochemical manufacturing to kick into action, News.com.au reported.
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