Best Spices That Can Help You Stay Slim and Be Healthy

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Best Spices for health

Besides Spices making your meals taste amazing, they can also help you to achieve your fitness goals. Although studies suggestthat nearly all spices are beneficial, some are very helpful when you want to slim down or stay healthy. Spices that are great for weight loss or overall health have anti-inflammatory properties as well as a flavor profile that can help to limit your overall calorie intake.

The following spices can really help you to stay slim and also stay healthy

1. Turmeric

This spice is mostly often used in Indian curry dishes. The spice is very common thanks to its growing list of health benefits. For weight

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loss, the spice plays a vital role in the differentiation of fat cells; preventing them from either forming or decreasing their size.

2. Cinnamon

Studies have shown that using just ¼ – 1 teaspoon of cinnamon can greatly increase your metabolism rate and also improve the ability of your body to handle sugar by simply stimulating insulin activity. Besides, the spice is also a digestive aid that helps to keep your digestive system functioning smoothly. Moreover, Cinnamon helps to increase energy levels as well as concentration which are ideal for weight loss.

3. Ginger

Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties that help it to stimulate insulin activity. In turn, this greatly helps to reduce fatty acids in the blood and also normalize your blood-sugar levels thus helping to promote weight stability. Studies have shown that the spice can increase

metabolic rate and also decrease appetite. Furthermore, it also aids with digestion and also the regulation of body’s internal rhythm. Sometimes Ginger can also be used to stop nausea caused by car sickness.

4. Black Pepper

Black Pepper is among the most popular spices. Research have shown that the spice has an ingredient that can help you to cut on your weight. . A preliminary research on mouse cells indicates that Black Pepper contains an ingredient known as Piperine. Piperine is pungent-tasting component that might interfere with the development of fat cells.The study also suggests that Piperine might also set out a metabolic reaction that can help to keep fat in-check in other ways. Nevertheless, human studies are required in order to confirm this. Notwithstanding, Black Pepper is a calorie-free spice that is easily available and also a great way to spice your food.


5. Cumin

Studies have revealed that cumin might be a great dieting remedy that can help to reduce body fat. If that is not a good reason enough as to why you should start consuming cumin , it is also said lower cholesterol as well as triglycerides. A recent study found that overweight women who consumed three grams of cumin powder per day for 3 months lost 3 pounds more than a non-cumin group.Furthermore, the cumin-eating group lessened the fat percentage in their body by around 14.6 % — almost 3x the percentage of the group that wasn't consuming cumin. Cumin is a great spice that can keep you filling full for long.

6. Garlic

Garlic is Known to have several health benefits. The spice can decrease blood pressure, combat inflammation, reduce the risk of getting heart disease and also offer protection against osteoarthritis. Besides, garlic can also help with body weight. A recent study indicated that feeding mice with garlic for 7 weeks greatly decreased their fat stores as well as body weights. Furthermore, it also lessened the effects of their distasteful diet on their blood & liver values.

In order to get the full benefit of garlic, crush it and leave it at 20-22 degrees celsius for not less than 10 minutes before using it to cook. This allows the enzymes trapped in the spice to be released thus helping to retain about 70 percent of the valuable compounds that are present in the spice.

Wrap-up

By simply adding some of the above mentioned spices to your food you can get additional burn effect. Besides the spices also make your food to taste much better.


About Author: Lydia Mattern, NASM Certified Personal Trainer. Lydia is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer at fitness goals, with a passion for writing and a love for chocolate. She enjoys long walks with a breeze and finding ways to make dessert healthy.


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