Benefits of Spices used in Hearty Spices Turmeric Latte Mix are highlighted below with citations from scientific studies by PubMed Central. PubMed Central is a highly respected database from the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
Regulates Blood Sugar
Your body needs to break down food and absorb important nutrients to supply energy, build tissues and support hundreds of metabolic reactions. That is why a well functioning digestive system is critical for good health.
Ginger, Fennel, Black Pepper and Cardamom are found to have digestion enhancing properties as shown below.
Good for Cough and Cold
Nobody likes catching the flu. What better way to relieve the symptoms and fight the common cold than with natural ingredients? These studies show the effectiveness of spices like Ginger, Fennel, Black Pepper and Saffron to do just that.
Supports Heart Health
Many natural spices help regulate blood pressure, lower triglycerides and total cholesterol levels, which contribute to a healthy heart. Some of the scientific studies around these spice benefits can be found below:
Rich in Antioxidants
A wide amount of natural spices contain antioxidants. Antioxidants are molecules that can prevent or slow damage to cells caused by free radicals. Free radicals may be generated by substances found in the food we eat, the medicines we take, and even the air we breathe. Here are some research and studies on how spices have been proven to be great antioxidants for the body.
- Study 26 (Turmeric)
- Study 27 (Ginger)
- Study 28 (Cinnamon)
- Study 29 (Black Pepper)
- Study 30 (Cardamom)
- Study 31 (Saffron)