Spices make food tastier and healthier

Spices make food tastier and healthier
 

For hundred years, people use various spices when they cook. Spices improve appetite, gives a nice taste and aroma. Some years ago, spices were a luxury item and it was not that easy to get them. Today we can get even the rarest spices quite easily.

Scientists claim that spices are important not only because they make our food taste better, but they also have many healing properties. Spices improve the activity of glands that produce digestive enzymes, so spicy food becomes tastier. Many spices have bactericidal and antioxidant properties.

After making many investigations, scientists have selected some most important spices to your health. One of them is cinnamon. It lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels. It is recommended to consume ¼ teaspoon of cinnamon daily. It can be used with coffee and various desserts.

Thyme is another great spice. Some researchers say that thyme protects against cancer. For a long time, thyme has been used as an antiseptic and now it is more commonly used cooking chicken, fish and meat.

Oregano leaves have 42 times more antioxidants than apples. Oregano is great to spice up meat, pasta, omelets and salad.

Don’t forget about turmeric. It is great in fighting against cystic fibrosis, colon cancer, arthritis and even Alzheimer’s disease. Turmeric is perfect for stews, rice and lentils.

 

 

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