Tag Archives: Spice

Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice: The Best Spices to Use in Baking

All-natural baking spices are a better choice to use in making scrumptious desserts compared to commercial sweeteners. Aside from the unique flavor they add to sweet treats, they also benefit the body with the essential vitamins and minerals they contain. So if you love to bake, here are the most commonly used natural spices in… Read More »

Fitness & Spice – A Weight Loss Discovery That's Worthy of Your Time and it Will Entertain You

Writing about weight loss is my passion and turning my audience on to new discoveries is my favorite way to feed my passion. My recent discovery of "Fitness & Spice" is a cherished one. Their tagline? "Where fitness, food and fashion get a healthy shake." Cute and clever and I think that you will find… Read More »

Type 2 Diabetes – The Powerful Anti-Inflammatory Spice to Help Manage Diabetes

Turmeric may be one of the most effective anti-inflammatory spices in existence. It has long been known as being a powerful spice that has been used in India for thousands of years: used as a spice and a medicinal herb. Believe it or not, it may help you better control your Type 2 diabetes. A… Read More »

Ginger Health Benefits: Many Conditions Remedied by 5,000 Year-Old Spice

Ginger is not only a spice that has been used for centuries by Asian and Indian cultures; it is also one of the most effective medicinal foods in existence. Ginger has a warm, mildly spicy flavor and it is used as tea, as a seasoning for seafood and stir-fry dishes, as a powder in nutritional… Read More »

Essential Oils – Cardamon – An Exotic Herbal Spice That Dates Back To Babylonian Days

Cardamon (Elettaria cardamomum) is in the ginger family of botanical plants. The essential oil comes from steam distillation of the seeds. Cardamon is a tall herbaceous, reed-like perennial that can grow up to 12-13 feet in height. It has long, silky, blade-shaped leaves with small yellowish flowers with purple tips. The seeds are reddish-brown in… Read More »