Weight Loss Tip #46 Spice It Up!

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Weight Loss Tip #46 Spice It Up!
Weight Loss Tip #46 Spice It Up!


It has been said that food that is loaded with flavor will stimulate your taste buds and be more satisfying, which is why spices or chilies can work in your favor. Most spices are allowed on many healthy eating plans, and they will not put you overboard on your calorie consumption. However, do be mindful that you will want to go easy on the salted spices, as too much sodium is not good for the body. There is information circulating about the different spices that can aid in weight loss, and they are more common than you may think! They can battle illnesses both severe and mild, as well as lessen your chances of heart disease. In countries like India where spices are prevalent in most dishes, there are less cases of heart disease and diet related illnesses, which shouldn’t come as a surprise. See the list below of the healthiest spices that aid in wellness and weight loss, and add them to your grocery list today!

Sage

Many health practitioners recommend that patients with sore throats are told to sip on sage tea for an overall soothing sensation. It is best coupled with thyme, squash, parsley, and rosemary. Sage has also been said to help improve your memory, so if you have an exam to take try some sage beforehand!

Turmeric

We have all been introduced to Turmeric at some point in our lives, but did you know that Turmeric is best known for its ability to take away inflammation, relieve respiratory problems, as well as arthritis pain? This powerful spice is loaded with some impressive antioxidants that also can fight infections and tumors in the body. It also tastes great when coupled with garlic, citrus, and curry dishes!

Ginger

Ginger is best known to help the body fight off the common cold, as well as help when you have stomach troubles. It is also known to help with inflammation that can occur in the body, which is another positive. Ginger is a well-known spice that can go nicely with citrus, Asian cuisine, garlic, and chili peppers.

Rosemary

Rosemary has been said to help with mental clarity, and focus as well as fighting foodborne bacterial infections. It is often used in meat marinades and flatbread spreads. It has been said to help meat from spoiling, as well as keep bacteria out of the meat that can cause major foodborne illness. If you rub a little rosemary oil on your temples, it may even help you retain more information if you are taking a test!

Cinnamon

Yum. Who doesn’t love cinnamon? It has some of the most vibrant flavor that can be coupled with sweet or savory for a delicious dish. It is best known to help stabilize blood sugar, by significantly lowering your post meal spikes. It is best when eaten with fruits, chocolate, cloves, allspice, and nutmeg.

Chile Pepper

Finally, our last spice that can do wonders for your waistline! The famous Chile pepper is best known to boost your metabolism and in turn boost fat burning. A compound known as capsaicin found in most Chile peppers has been said to boost metabolism. They taste great in salsas, on tacos, with a clean dip, and with any beef recipe!

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Originally from LA but have found home in a small city and while studying at Boise State University have discovered an interest and passion for health and nutrition. I love learning and discovering everything there is to know about how we can improve our lives with better understanding of what helps to keep our body and mind healthy and strong.