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A Closer Look At Walnuts, Coriander & Turmeric

In order to be considered healthy, you need to enrich your diet with foods that enhance the body. The easiest way to do this is by including superfoods in your diet, which have become very popular as they’re rich in antioxidants, beneficial phytochemicals, minerals, fibers and very often contain good fats as well as large amounts of vitamins and even probiotics.

Our advantage is that we can easily discuss such foods as researchers have studied significantly their beneficial properties, particularly in relation to their role in the prevention of chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and cancer.


Walnuts are one of the most rich and hearty nuts that may contribute to weight loss. As a matter of fact, walnuts are very rich in magnesium, vitamin C and omega-3s. Furthermore, research has shown that all it takes is four whole walnuts a day to meet your body’s needs in natural, anti-inflammatory, omega-3 fatty acids. Walnuts are also a good source of fiber and protein, which is why they have a low glycemic index, thus contributing to satiety and reducing the chances of cravings.


Coriander extract has proven to be an expensive supplement over the past years, mainly because it is rich in antioxidant phytochemicals. Moreover, it helps the body to eliminate toxins that accumulate from within and the environment. Meanwhile, coriander also appears to contribute to the reduction of bad LDL cholesterol and the improvement of blood sugar control. You can use it as a fresh product in salads, add it to your smoothie or food or sip it in a drink with green tea for example.


If you’ve never heard of it before, turmeric is a spice with a bright yellow color and origins from India, where it has been used for thousands of years for therapeutic purposes. Countless scientific studies have noted that it demonstrates anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anticancer activity. It has also been noted that its consumption improves the appearance of skin and enhances the immune system. Nutritionally speaking, turmeric is a good source of iron, so it is worth using regularly in recipes that do not include dairy. The best food combinations that you can make with turmeric are chicken with vegetables and even a vegetable or seafood risotto.

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