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5 Spices You Should Be Using More

5 Spices You Should Be Using More

Spices add flavor to your food but are also packed with natural healing properties. Below are 5 spices you should be using more.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is packed full of powerful antioxidants that can help to stabilize blood sugar, reduce inflammation, and have been found reduce cholesterol and boost heart health. Add to your coffee, tea, cereal, pancakes and more.

Turmeric

This natural anti-inflammatory is so powerful that many use it to treat their arthritis-related pain and inflammation. It helps to boost immunity and can be used externally to treat acne. Perfect for flavoring everything from meat to grains, or take it in capsule form.

Italian Herb Blend

A blend of basil, thyme, oregano, rosemary, marjoram and other green Italian spices deliver powerful antioxidants, are antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and skin healthy. Don’t just use on Italian recipes. Add to meat rubs, omelets and scrambled eggs, tea, and more.

Ginger

Ginger root can be eaten fresh, fermented, dried or ground. Perfect for nausea and upset tummies or as a proactive approach to healthy digestion. Also, a powerful anti-inflammatory. Drink as a tea, in a natural ginger ale, season food, and more.

Chili Peppers

Chili peppers boost metabolism, suppress hunger and can help to cleanse your digestive tract of toxins. A little bit goes a long way so don’t feel the need to be too extreme. Lightly flavor soups, sauces, omelets and more.

These spices can easily be added to your meals. Just a few days a week of each will boost your health from the inside out.

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