Spices give your food irresistible tastes, but also have a number of their own health benefits.
Rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants with unique medicinal properties, spices protect the body, stimulate all metabolic functions and help you lose weight.
1 Ginseng Ginseng stimulates metabolism and gives you energy. It combats stress and anxiety, boosts your nervous system and immune system and is extremely helpful for those with diabetes. In addition, it lower cholesterol, improves digestion, fights fatigue and increases body resistance.
2 Cayenne Pepper Cayenne pepper has a compound called capsaicin, which gives peppers the hot taste. In addition, capsaicin helps metabolize fat, lower cholesterol and prevents deposition of fat in the arteries. These health benefits are due to the warming effect that helps burn fat quickly and speed up the metabolism.
3 Black Pepper Black pepper contains an active substance, piperine, which prevent the creation of new fat cells. Piperine combined with capsaicin, will increase the calorie burning. In addition, black pepper helps faster absorption of vitamins and minerals from other foods.
4 Cinnamon Cinnamon stimulates metabolism, regulates blood sugar levels and is a perfect spice for seasoning foods for diabetics. In addition, cinnamon reduces blood triglyceride and cholesterol and stimulates the metabolism of glucose from the blood.
5 Mustard Mustard seeds stimulates metabolism, which leads to a faster burning of calories. In fact, a half of mustard seeds teaspoon helps to burn 45 calories in an hour.
6 Turmeric Turmeric is a key ingredient in curry type dishes. It is a strong spice, which stimulates metabolism, reduces the fat tissue formation and helps eliminate extra weight. In addition, turmeric helps to prevent and treat conditions such as hyperglycemia, insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome.
7 Ginger Another spice with heating effect is ginger. It has anti-inflammatory effects that help the intestinal tract to relax. In addition stimulates your metabolism and suppress food cravings.
8 Cardamom Cardamom has a spicy aroma that stimulates metabolism and helps your body to burn fat. It is a spice commonly used in Ayurveda, the well-known ancient holistic science of healing and medicine from India.
9 Cumin Cumin is beneficial to the digestive system and helps supplement the body energy reserves. In addition, it improves glycemic control in diabetics. Also, cumin stimulates memory and reduces stress, stimulates the digestive system function and relieves stomach pain.