Why we must have #fenugreek #daily

Why we must have fenugreek daily (Getty Images)From diabetics to heart patients, almost everyone is being advised to include the bitter fenugreek seeds in diet. If we look at the number of ailments, fenugreek is believed to cure, we might as well declare it among the top ranking super foods.

“Fenugreek or methi dana imparts many health benefits. It’s has soluble fibre which helps in reducing cholesterol especially LDL, controls blood sugar levels and helps lose weight by suppressing appetite if taken soaked overnight on empty stomach in the morning. Besides that, it prevents colon cancer and helps counter acid reflux or heartburns” says nutritionist Sandhya Gugnani.

Helps in weight loss

Fenugreek seeds are made of natural fibers, which can swell and fill the stomach, consequently smothering appetite and supporting weight reduction objectives. Chew methi seeds at least twice or thrice a day and you will discover you feel satiated without eating much. Another technique for weight reduction is drinking two glasses of methi water in the morning. The water is prepared by soaking 1 tablespoon of the seeds in two glasses of water for entire night. This water is exceptionally useful in prevention of water retention in the body as well as bloating.

Remedy for fever and sore throat

These seeds are said to provide relief in fever when taken with a teaspoon of lemon and honey. Due to the presence of mucilage, a compound found in it, fenugreek has a soothing effect on throat. Remedy for women’s health problems Fenugreek is traditionally known to increase breast size. Many women want to know exactly how this works. Fenugreek empowers the mammary glands and encourages the development of breast tissue. It also contains phyto-estrogen that builds the level of prolactin in your body that that helps increase the size of your breasts. It also aids in other uterine troubles like menstrual cramps, hot flushes, and period distress.

Prevents hair loss

Fenugreek seeds contain compounds that aid in hair health. Hence, whether included in diet or applied on hair, it is tremendously useful. Massaging your head regularly with boiled fenugreek seeds soaked overnight in coconut oil can be a fabulous solution for hair fall. Fenugreek is also a great remedy for dandruff.

Aids digestion

Consumption of fenugreek seeds enhances bowel movements, and is a viable cure against digestive problem and heart burns. As fenugreek is rich in fiber and antioxidant, it helps in flushing out harmful toxins from the body and aids digestion. You can even drink water in which the seeds have been soaked to manage digestive problems.

Regulates blood sugar and controls diabetes

These seeds control glucose levels in body. The amino acid compounds in fenugreek seeds promote insulin discharge in the pancreas, which brings down the glucose levels in the body.

Get radiant skin

Fenugreek seeds destroy free radicals in our body, which cause wrinkles, and dark spots. These seeds also lighten skin tone. They also prevent outbreaks and keep skin free from pimples.

Fight dandruff

Dandruff is a typical hair problem resulting from dead skin cells in dry scalp. Fenugreek has been used since ancient times to deal with this trouble. Soak these seeds overnight. Grind them in the morning to make a paste. You can likewise add curd to the paste for even better results. After your paste is prepared, apply it to your scalp and rub the roots of your hair. Wash off your hair after 30 minutes, and say goodbye to dandruff.

Induces and eases child birth

Fenugreek seeds have been known to be supportive in stimulating labor and uterune compressions. It additionally decreases labour pain also. Hence excessive intake of fenugreek seeds during pregnancy could put you at danger of miscarriage or premature childbirth.

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