It's probably in your spice rack right now, but if you're like me, you only use it occasionally when you bake.
Besides, its amazing aroma, and slightly sweet taste, it packs a host of health benefits, especially for:
• Heart disease
• Macular degeneration
• Alzheimer's disease
• And more...
After today, I'm sure going to be including it in more of my m... ››› more
Sure, high-fat foods are filling and delicious - but studies have proven that high-fat diets feed heart disease!
If you can't seem to give up fatty foods despite the potential damage they're doing on your heart, today's your lucky day...
According to a preliminary study presented at American Heart Association's Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology Peripheral Vascular Disease 20... ››› more
Imagine a delicious tea that boosts fat burn and curbs sweet cravings. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Well, it's not! Say hello to what I like to call “fire tea”.
Fire tea is a seriously simple warm beverage that only calls for three basic ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen: Cinnamon sticks, fresh ginger and raw honey.
Even Nagina Abdullah, a weight loss ... ››› more
It turns out that spices can do a lot more than add pizzazz to your cooking...
Modern science has finally started uncovering the remarkable power of spices as weapons against illness, from blood sugar stabilisation to cancer prevention.
Read on for three healing spices that don't only taste good, but offer your health a host of benefits, too!
Three spices to super-healing properties
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Cinnamon brings memories of pumpkin spiced lattes and cold rainy days, briefly numbing the pain of another long, cold winter (can you relate?). Aside from the comforting smell of cinnamon, it also has many health benefits.
Cinnamon may be effective in improving blood sugar, insulin activity, blood pressure, and improve wound healing. In addition, it is also an antioxidant and antimicrobial agen... ››› more
Are you one of those people who goes running to a doctor every time you get a little gas and indigestion, or when you feel a cold coming on? Likely not. But do you know the remedies that are available to you right in your very own kitchen?
That's right - prepared to be amazed!
Here are four traditional remedies using Ayurvedic spices that can help you with common ailments that tend to pop u... ››› more
Raw honey - ah, how sweet it is! Use it to sweeten a cup of tea, to bake sweet treats, or to enhance the nutty flavour of a pecan pie - it's pretty versatile. Honey is also a natural humectant, which means it's a fantastic moisturiser, and it also has antibacterial properties that can help you spot-treat acne.
The honey and cinnamon face mask recipe I'm about to share with you is amazing. It wi... ››› more
I love this creamy green smoothie recipe. The avocado in the recipe gives a dose of healthy fat, while the apple and spinach provides a boost of vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants, which help keep your immune system functioning optimally and the harmful signs of ageing staved off.
Cinnamon, on the other hand, is sprinkled in for added benefits, including the prevention of cancer and Alzheimer... ››› more
It takes a while to acclimate to the bitter taste of black coffee. Even once you reach this level of coffee-obsessed, it isn't always appealing. Skip the cream and sugar, and instead satisfy your craving for something sweet with this cinnamon-enhanced recipe.
Cinnamon is packed with antioxidants, and is flavourful enough to tap in for your usual packet of sugar.
How to make a cinnamon cup of... ››› more
What if I could you that you could score healthy, flawless skin using ingredients in your kitchen spice rack? Well, ladies, it's possible! A balanced diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods is key to maintaining a beautiful complexion, says New York-based dietician Lisa Moskovitz.
Read on to learn about four herbs and spices that could be the secret to your best skin ever!
Four herbs and spices... ››› more
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