2. Turmeric

More likely than not, this strong yellow spice has its place on a shelf in your kitchen cabinet. It contributes to the unique flavor of a range of Asian and Middle Eastern dishes. Its importance in cooking is widely recognized, but its health-giving properties have only come under serious scrutiny over the past few decades. Studies done on laboratory animal in Europe show that turmeric is rich in antioxidant properties that can help impede the development of tumors. There is no need to splash the spice over your food; a teaspoon of turmeric a day is sufficient to bring these benefits.


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