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Add a Little Spice to Your Health (and Life!)

You have probably heard the expression “add a little spice to your life.” While this figure of speech is talking more about your actions and decisions, literally adding some spice to your life can actually improve your health. Whoever thought food had to be boring to be healthy was definitely wrong. Here are 4 spices that will help to improve your health and will add a little flavor to your food and life!


This sweet spice loads the body with antioxidants. Antioxidants help to prevent cell degeneration within the body. So, adding a little cinnamon can keep your cells healthy, strong, and regenerating correctly. Cinnamon also helps to regulate blood sugar. When you add cinnamon to your meals, you’re getting a little sweetness without the negative side effects of plain sugar. For those suffering from blood sugar problems, cinnamon can be a great, healthy additive.


You may or may not currently use much cumin; it’s a spice that is commonly found in Mediterranean based meals. Adding a little cumin, however, can regulate your blood sugar just like cinnamon. This helps to fight off the spikes and falls that commonly occur because of certain foods. The benefits don’t end there. Cumin also works as a natural antibiotic. It helps kill certain kinds of bacteria found in the body, literally keeping you healthy from the inside out.


Ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory. This means that it can help reduce swelling all over the body. Some swelling that occurs in the body is not even noticeable, but ginger will still help to reduce it. Ginger is also thought to be able to effectively fight colds and work as an expectorant, so it helps to break phlegm loose from the bronchial tubes. If you’re fighting a cough, give ginger a try to get rid of it for good.


This spice has a very strong and distinct flavor, so it may take some getting used to. Adding rosemary is believed to help fight off some of the carcinogens that cause cancer. It is also extremely high in antioxidants, aiding in cell production, and is thought to be a fungus and bacteria fighting spice. Overall, rosemary is a spice with a lot of punch.

Getting healthy doesn’t have to be boring, and it certainly doesn’t have to be bland. Try these spices to gain some serious health benefits. You can enjoy your food, reap the benefits, and spice your way into good health and a good life.

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