The leaves and seed contain antioxidants and it is used as a carminative and digestive aid, an appetizer and a digestant stimulant. "In Asia the herb is used against piles, headache and swellings; the fruit in colic, piles and conjunctivitis; the essential oil in colic, rheumatism and neuralgia; the seeds as a paste for mouth ulceration and a poultice for other ulcers." Weak coriander tea may be given to children under age 2 for colic. Coriander contains substances that kill some bacteria, preventing infection. New studies suggest that coriander has anti-inflammatory effects.
Video: everyday foods that are super foods
Delicious bites: healthy snack with only 5 ingredients and no sugar
In video at left how to use these therapeutic foods in your diets:
Kale: leafy green vegetable
Chia Seeds: gluten free, fibre rich protein that is helpful for balancing blood sugars in conditions like hypoglycaemia.
Quinoa: complete protein seed with many minerals including magnesium and iron. Can be eaten sweet or savoury. Gluten free.
Tumeric: anti inflammatory spice that is proven to be as potent and ibrupofen to kill pain.
Coconut oil: long chain fatty acid lauric acid is great energy for the body that helps with weight loss, heart health, anti viral, helps immune system.
Honey: enzyme source that helps digest food.
Chocolate: antioxidant that makes you feel good.
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• What are superfoods? And why they benefit general health
• The importance of using fresh seasonal produce
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• The top superfoods used by ancient civilizations until today
• Tips about weight loss, exercise and how to get in shape again
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