Benefits of Fenugreek seeds over other seeds

How to include Fenugreek seeds in your diet? 

Fenugreek seeds and fenugreek leaves are extremely healthy vegetables and seeds to be used in our diet regularly and chosen over other seeds because of the following reasons.

1. They aid in reducing inflammation

Fenugreek seeds are perfect for reducing inflammation in the body making the gut healthy. Fenugreek is said to be an antimicrobial and antioxidant, and this, can reduce inflammation in the body. Inflammation can lead to all sorts of health problems, from depression to heart disease and arthritis, bone health issues, etc. Hence, it is wise to reduce inflammation in the body by using a Thai powerful herb.

2. It helps in digestion too

It is considered an appetite stimulant and can be taken for gastrointestinal problems such as an upset stomach, constipation, and gastritis. It has also been used to treat diabetes because it seems to be able to slow the absorption of sugar in the stomach and boost insulin production. It might also be helpful for people with high cholesterol.

3. It promotes a healthy reproductive system for both men and women 

Women might also see a benefit from taking the herb when they suffer from painful menstruations or polycystic ovary syndrome. Men could use it to treat erectile dysfunction and male infertility, among many other uses. It helps in creating better sexual pleasure too.

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4. Fenugreek seeds are very good at stimulating breast milk supply for nursing mothers.

If you are a mom you might have heard that one of the health benefits of fenugreek is boosting milk production. Many breastfeeding moms drink tea or take supplements that include fenugreek as a galactagogue.

Fenugreek seeds can be had in a soaked manner, roasted and powdered, or fried in making curries or in pickles. It can be even sprouted and had as a daily superfood. The daily dose of fenugreek seed water can be an excellent way to detoxify oneself.

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Ishika Aggarwal

Can write, shoot, listen, talk and procrastinate. A feminist at heart, Ishika is an avid writer and multimedia person who loves talking about women, realism, and society. When not working she is either seen watching films or making one.

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