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Fitness Tips For 6/27/2012
Hot & Healthy Herbs and Spices
by Dwayne Hines
Are you taking advantage of herbs and spices? Most often both herbs
and spices go largely ignored viewed as something to make your food
look or taste better. But many of these herbs and spices have potent
nutrient capability that can enhance your health.
One of the best elements found in some herbs and spices is the
anti-inflammatory effects it can have on your body. Eating herbs
and spices that are anti-inflammatory can help you recover better
from your workouts. Some of the herbs and spices with the
anti-inflammatory benefits are oregano, cinnamon, mint, turmeric,
rosemary, clove, and parsley.
These same herbs and spices also come loaded with anti-oxidant
nutrients, and even contain fiber, protein and healthy fats. Many
of the top herbs and spices such as are oregano, cinnamon, mint,
turmeric, rosemary, clove, and parsley are very good sources of
anti-oxidant nutrients, containing vitamins and minerals.
Herbs and spices contain much more than just "anti" inflammatory
elements they have other "anti" factors such as antibacterial and
antifungal elements as well.
One of the best elements in some of these herbs and spices is their
ability to control blood sugar levels. Cinnamon is particularly
strong in this area. Doses as small as 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon per
day can provide improved insulin resistance, which in turn decreases
heart disease risk and also helps with weight control. If you are
eating something sweet, add a half a teaspoon of cinnamon to it to
moderate any blood sugar spikes.
Herbs and spices are more than culinary ornaments. They contain
powerful nutrients and more and can play a significant role in your
nutritional intake if you use them consistently. They are so
powerful, in fact, that you dont want to overdose, but just
consistently apply a moderate amount to do the trick.
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