8. Flavoured Nutrition with Herbs & Spices

Adding spices and herbs to your foods are an excellent and delicious way to add variety to your meals. [51]

They add very important phytonutrients to your diet, with over 100,000 thus recognized phytonutrients including the natural colours, oils, polysaccharides and many more. All together they not only make a food whole and real, they all work synergistically with the vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids and enzymes to help you absorb all the important elements in whole foods.

Grow Your Own Herbs 

Spices and herbs add very important phytonutrients. 


In addition they can act like digestive aids and provide important extra trace minerals, antioxidants and other micro nutrients we might not normally get from our regular foods.

For instance, cayenne (red pepper) works great in helping dyspepsia (ulcers). 


So enjoy some basil, cilantro, cayenne pepper, garlic and many other spices for variety, extra nutrition and great flavour! 

Basil adds nutrition, variety and flavour. 



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