Add Spices, Herbs in Your Food to Fight Diabetes

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Nowadays, changed lifestyles, hectic schedules and improper diet has given rise to several health hazards. Diabetes is one such disease which is rapidly spreading all over the world. However, did you know that combating diabetes can be made easy if you maintain a good diet, have regular exercises, maintain a healthy routine and also add some simple essential ingredients to your food? 

Here we have listed some spices which are easily available in your kitchens and can prove be an effective measure to prevent diabetes.

Turmeric (Haldi)
This is an easily available spice which is widely used in Indian cooking. It has always been an effective cure for infections, cough, and skin issues, as it has antibacterial and antiseptic properties. Apart from that, turmeric strengthens immunity, prevents inflammation and the antioxidants present in it increases the health of the heart and also helps to maintain body weight. The curcumin content in turmeric keeps a check on blood sugar levels which proves extremely helpful in dealing with diabetes.

 Cinnamon (Dalchini)
Cinnamon is an aromatic spice having bioactive compounds which are helpful in lowering the level of blood sugar.  It also keeps the insulin activity and its level under control. Therefore, adding a pinch of cinnamon powder to your daily meals or simply consuming it with warm water in the morning can be effective for controlling diabetes.

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Cloves (Laung)
Crammed with iron and calcium, the cloves are highly aromatic and also add a distinct flavour to any dish. They are a rich source of antioxidants, can prevent inflammation, and can also reduce the sugar levels.

Fenugreek
The intake of fenugreek extract or soaked fenugreek seeds can be highly beneficial for the diabetes patients.,

Ginger
Ginger is a common ingredient used in Indian and Asian food for many years. It has digestive, anti-inflammatory, and antiemetic properties. Besides this, it can also improve insulin sensitivity, decrease oxidation, and manage cholesterol.

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