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Just 1 Teaspoon of this Spice Daily Can Help You Lose Fat like Crazy!
What is cumin and how does it work?
Cumin is a spice that is rich in antioxidants and phytosterols. Phytosterols inhibit the absorption of cholesterol in the digestive tract, which could be the reason for their fat reducing effects. Previous clinical studies have shown that the consumption of foods that contain at least 0.8 grams of plant sterols will also lower the levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol. Cumin has also been linked to the prevention of cancer. Cumin seeds are a great source of iron and have also been shown to support immune system function. Other studies have shown that cumin can help improve memory function, improve concentration levels, and also helps to regulate sleep cycles, offering much needed relief for insomniacs.
You can use the same amount of cumin that was used in the study and see for yourself if you get similar results. Although you might not have a control group to compare your results to, most people can tell if they have lost more weight than they think they should have. 3 grams of cumin is what was used in the study, which is slightly less than one teaspoon. You can simply follow the study and add a teaspoon of cumin to some yogurt, or you can add some to your vegetable dishes, guacamole, hummus, making a cumin tea, add it to stir fry’s or rice dishes, or add it to almost any soup.
Cumin is a natural fat buster and this study only proves it to be more so. Cumin also enhances the digestion process and can protect your body from other diseases. Cumin has no known side effects, which means that it can be taken safely by people of all ages.
Why not try adding some cumin to your daily foods? What have you got to lose but some belly fat and cholesterol?