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The Health Benefits of Cumin and Medical uses

Cumin is occasionally confused with caraway, another umbelliferous flavour. Cumin is hotter to the flavour, lighter in hue and larger.

How to store
hold cumin in an airtight container, in a dry, cool location, away from sunlight, up to 6 months.

Kitchen uses
Cumin agrees well with beans, chicken, couscous, eggplant, fish, seafood, lamb, lentil, peas, pork, potatoes, rice, sausages, broths, stews, eggs, green salad.

Medical uses
Cumin seems to supply a number of potential wellbeing benefits, from anti-glycation agent to antioxidant and anti-osteoporotic.

Studies have shown
Anti-glycation properties of cumin, proved useful in another study, in which diabetic rats were adept to stave off cataracts after oral dosing with cumin powder.Other studys found that cumin extract decreased total cholesterol, triglycerides, and pancreatic inflammatory markers in diabetic rats. It also stopped unwarranted weight decrease. Cumin protected the liver from ethanol- and rancid sunflower oil-induced toxicity.


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