What so good in herbs?

There are thousands of types and varieties of Herbs worldwide, some of them are globally spread,
and some can only be found locally.
Herbs may help to prevent and manage heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. It may also help to
reduce blood clots and provide anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties.
Let’s look at some of them :
* Garlic, linseed, fenugreek, and lemongrass may help lower cholesterol.
* Garlic is helpful for people with mildly elevated blood pressure.
* Fenugreek can help control blood sugar and insulin activity (linseed, flaxseed, and
* Garlic, onions, chives, leeks, mint, basil, oregano, sage, and many other herbs can help
protect against cancer.
Herbs are rich in antioxidants, especially cloves, cinnamon, sage, oregano, and thyme, by helping
to reduce low-density lipoproteins (‘bad’ cholesterol).
Fresh herbs often contain higher antioxidant levels compared to processed or dried herbs. If you
are using herbs in order to harness their health-promoting aspects first and foremost, aim to add
your fresh herbs at the end of cooking or as you serve to preserve these properties.
You can use herbs in endless ways: Drinks, smoothies, soups, bread, marinades, butter,
sauces, salad dressings, yogurts, and more….

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