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Spices that Boost Weight Loss in a Healthy Way (And Have Other Health Benefits Too)

Spices that Boost Weight Loss in a Healthy Way (And Have Other Health Benefits Too)

Get Your Spice on to Boost Weight Loss in a Healthy Way

To simply supplement your weight loss initiatives in a healthy way, why not sneak these spices into your meals to burn through fat – or if you don’t like the taste of them,  take them as supplements in tincture form.

Basil detoxifies your body while helping to reduce fat buildup in the liver, and reducing bloating and water retention. It also helps your body to cope with stress.

As a thermogenic, cardamom increases your body heat and speeds up your metabolism. It is also an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

Another thermogenic, cayenne also helps shrink fatty tissue and lower blood-fat levels. If you don’t like the heat in your food, use Cayenne Pepper herbal tincture.

Coriander leaves and seeds
A rich antioxidant, coriander leaves and seeds help reduce ‘bad’ cholesterol levels in your blood. They also contain vitamins A and K.

By regulating blood glucose levels, cinnamon helps you to reduce cravings and burn fat faster. It is available in a tincture here, and is also a remedy for nausea and indigestion.

A single teaspoon of cumin can help you burn up to three times more body fat! It also helps you to digest your food better.

Fennel is a powerful digestive aid and a natural diuretic. It also suppresses your appetite and helps to reduce cellulite. You don’t even have to add the spice to your food, get a Fennel tincture here.

Garlic has so many benefits, including reducing ‘bad’ cholesterol, lowering the risk of heart disease, reducing damage from free radicals and helping you to burn belly fat. It even helps fight the ageing process! If you don’t want to smell like you’ve been eating Italian food, take Garlic in a tincture.

Ginger is another thermogenic that boosts the metabolism. It is also good for fever, flu and achy muscles and is loaded with antioxidants. Get yours here.

Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric slows down the formation of fatty tissue, in an anti-inflammatory and lowers insulin resistance. Turmeric is also good for aches and pains associated with arthritis and can relieve head colds.  

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