Tuesday, 12 December 2017
Oregano: A Wonderful Herb Besides A Great Tastemaker!
Oregano – a member of the mint family comes with health benefits too besides the great taste it lends to food. Oregano is easy to include in our daily diet in the form of salads, sandwiches, omelets, toasts, soups, pasta, pizza and more. Let us give you 6 reasons to make Oregano an indispensable part of your daily diet:
Oregano is rich in antioxidants that control cellular damage caused by free radicals. Rosmarinic acid and thymol compounds in oregano reduce oxidative stress. By adding oregano to your food items, you are not just enhancing their taste but also doubling the antioxidants count to help you guard against cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
Oregano has antibacterial properties. It is found potent against E-Coli amongst several other species of bacteria, thereby, keeping stomach infections caused by bacteria at bay.
In several test tube studies, carvacrol - a compound in Oregano has been found to be effective against viral infections that cause diarrhea, nausea and stomach pain.
Oregano has anti-inflammatory properties, while normal inflammation is our body’s defence mechanism, chronic inflammation paves way for complex health issues. Regular intake of Oregano can help our immune system fight inflammation in a natural way.
Oregano is rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids that improve heart health by balancing our cholesterol levels. Heart health is crucial to avoid heart attacks and strokes!
Oregano is packed with nutrients like vitamin K, calcium, iron, manganese and fiber that boost our immunity and also detoxify our body. These nutrients are important for liver health too as they speed up toxin removal.
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