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Benefits of using spices in meals

Some of the vital health benefits of Indian spices include: Anti-inflammatory power, Digestive aid, immune support, blood sugar regulation, anti-cancer properties, antioxidant boost, improved heart health, enhanced brain function and benefits against depression.

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Ever wondered why is black pepper is called the ‘King of Spice’? Well, this is because this spice has loads of benefits for your body. Adding a pinch of black pepper to your daily diet can keep you healthy and using this as a weight-loss supplement is the best way for you to lose weight.

Here are some of the facts about this amazing spice.


This bright yellow spice is a staple in Indian cuisine. We widely use it in curries, rice dishes, and lentil stews. It has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It potentially reduces the risk of chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Jeera /Cumin:

Cumin is an aromatic spice that we use in various Indian dishes, from curries to soups and stews. It has traditionally aided digestion, and recent research has shown that it may have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.


Coriander is a versatile spice, and we use it in its fresh and dried forms in Indian cuisine. It has a sweet and citrusy flavor, and we use it in curries, chutneys, and salads. Coriander is famous for its digestive properties and antimicrobial and antioxidant properties

Chili powder:

Chili powder may help lower cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease. Improves circulation: The warming effect of chili powder can help improve blood flow and overall circulation. Aids in pain relief: Capsaicin has been found to have analgesic properties, helping to alleviate pain.