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This spice we’re going to present you today possesses a peppery taste that can add a warm, nutty flavor to your food and it’s traditionally used in Indian, Mexican and North African dishes. People use it all around the world for centuries. Cumin originates from Egypt, and it’s a key component in curry powder and chili powder.
The Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice journal published a study which has examined and tested the effects of this powerful spice on overweight women. 88 overweight or obese women were randomly split into 2 groups. For 3 months, both of the groups received nutrition counseling and decreased their daily intake of calories by 500. One of the groups was also eating 3 grams (a little less than 1 teaspoon) of cumin powder daily, swirled into 5 ounces of yogurt, which is the same amount of yogurt, minus the cumin that was also prescribed to the control group.
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