What if you get to know the secret for your fit health ??

This one product commonly known as jeera used as a spice in different cuisines across the globe. There are different studies which indicate that it helps fighting various diseases along with boosting one’s immune system.

Cumin is a spice made from the seeds of the Cuminum cyminum plant.

Many dishes use cumin, especially foods from its native regions of the Mediterranean and Southwest Asia.

Modern studies have confirmed some of the health benefits cumin is traditionally known for, including promoting digestion and reducing food-borne infections.

Research has also revealed some new benefits, such as promoting weight loss and improving blood sugar control and cholesterol.

Other beanefits are:-

Promotes digestion

Rich in iron

Antioxidant characteristics

Helps in reducing diabetes

Improves blood cholesterol

Promotes weight loss and fat reduction

Prevent food borne diseases

May fight inflammation

Cumin is a spice made from the seeds of the Cuminum cyminum plant.

Many dishes use cumin, especially foods from its native regions of the Mediterranean and Southwest Asia.

Cumin lends its distinctive flavor to chili, tamales and various Indian curries. Its flavor has been described as earthy, nutty, spicy and warm.

What’s more, cumin has long been used in traditional medicine.

Modern studies have confirmed some of the health benefits cumin is traditionally known for, including promoting digestion and reducing food-borne infections.

SUMMARY:

  1. Cumin aids digestion by increasing the activity of digestive proteins. It may also reduce symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
  2. Many people around the world don’t get enough iron. Cumin is very dense in iron, providing almost 20% of your daily iron in one teaspoon.
  3. Free radicals are lone electrons that cause inflammation and damage DNA. Cumin contains antioxidants that stabilize free radicals.
  4. Cumin supplements may help improve blood sugar control, though it is not clear what causes this effect or how much is needed.
  5. Cumin supplements have improved blood cholesterol in multiple studies. It is unclear if using cumin in small amounts as a seasoning has the same benefits.
  6. Concentrated cumin supplements have promoted weight loss in multiple studies. Not all studies have shown this benefit and higher doses may be required for weight loss.
  7. Cumin’s traditional use as a seasoning may restrict the growth of infectious bacteria and fungi. This may reduce food-borne illnesses.
  8. Cumin extracts reduce signs of narcotic addiction in mice. It is not yet known if they would have similar effects in humans.
  9. Cumin contains multiple plant compounds that decrease inflammation in test-tube studies. It is not clear if it can be used to help treat inflammatory diseases in people.

How Should You Use Cumin?????

You can get some of cumin’s benefits just by using small amounts to season food.

These quantities will provide antioxidants, iron and potential benefits for controlling blood sugar.

Other, more experimental benefits — such as weight loss and improved blood cholesterol — may require a higher dose, probably in supplement form.

Multiple studies have tested cumin supplements of up to 1 gram (about 1 teaspoon) without their participants reporting problems. However, severe allergic reactions to cumin have been reported, but are very rare.

That said, be cautious when taking any supplement that contains much more cumin than you could possibly consume in food.

Just as with any ingredient, your body may not be equipped to process doses it would not normally experience in the diet.

If you decide to try supplements, let your doctor know what you’re taking and use the supplements to complement, not replace, medical treatments.

SUMMARY:You can get many of cumin’s benefits just by using small amounts as seasoning. Other benefits may only be available at supplemental doses.

The Bottom Line

Cumin has many evidence-based health benefits. Some of these have been known since ancient times, while others are only just being discovered.

Using cumin as a spice increases antioxidant intake, promotes digestion, provides iron, may improve blood sugar control and may reduce food-borne illnesses.

Taking higher doses in supplement form has been linked to weight loss and improved blood cholesterol, though more research is needed.

I personally prefer to use cumin in cooking as well as a supplement.

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