This a guest post by Rudy, who explains the importance of Indian spices in our day to day life.
Indian Spices not only doubles the taste of your food, but also has tremendous health benefits like building immunity, diabetes control, heart burn, arthritis. etc. This a guest post by Rudy, explaining all about Indian spices , their usage to our body giving details on how they help us build immune system and overall health.
Indian food is delicious. I took a class in college on Indian based literature. Not only were the novels excellent, but we got to sample some delicious food during the last week of class. Indian food is notoriously known for having a lot of kick. But did you know that some of these spices are actually quite good for you" Spices you probably use every day are probably boosting your immune system and overall health, and you have no idea. Let?s take a look at some more well-known Indian spices.
Cinnamon: Diabetes Aide
Cinnamon is a bark-like spice that originates from Sri Lanka. According to the Mayo Clinic, research suggests that cinnamon might help to regulate insulin for people with type 2 diabetes. The theory is that cinnamon increases insulin action. Not to mention, it is a much healthier way to sweeten treats than piling on the sugar.
Black Pepper Helps You Lose Weight
This may be a surprise to you, but the black pepper in your Indian dishes helps your body take in more of the nutrients from your food. The outer layer which contains potent phytonutrients stimulates the breakdown of fat cells. This is why black pepper ranks high among the best weight loss aids. Try using black pepper in more of your meals beyond just Indian food. It will help you reach your target body fat percentage. Don?t believe it" Invest in a good scale and monitor your progress.
Turmeric Powder: Healer of Many
Turmeric is a member of the ginger family and is harvested from the root of a Curcuma longa plant. Alternative medicine has used turmer...