Health benefits of Fenugreek

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It has been used in alternative and Chinese medicine for thousands of years to cure skin issues and a variety of other ailments. It has recently gained popularity as a spice and thickening agent.

It can also be found in items like soap and shampoo. For their nutritional profile and somewhat sweet, nutty flavour, fenugreek seeds and powder are also utilised in many Indian cuisines. 35 calories and various nutrients are found in one tablespoon (11.1 grammes) of whole fenugreek seeds. Fenugreek has been shown to improve breastfeeding supply and weight gain in  newborns in studies. Fenugreek’s role in blood sugar regulation and the treatment of type 1 and 2 diabetes is supported by evidence.

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