Whether taken in seed or powder form or consumed fresh as a herb, fenugreek’s many benefits according to traditional Chinese and Indian medicine include helping diabetics, aiding weight loss, and promoting heart health. Used powdered as a spice, It also makes food more tasty. Photo: Shutterstock
Whether taken in seed or powder form or consumed fresh as a herb, fenugreek’s many benefits according to traditional Chinese and Indian medicine include helping diabetics, aiding weight loss, and promoting heart health. Used powdered as a spice, It also makes food more tasty. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

Fenugreek is a weight loss aid, helps with diabetes, and is good for heart health and breastfeeding mums – why you need this superfood in your diet

  • Traditional Indian and Chinese medicine has long used fenugreek, and it’s known for lowering blood sugar, boosting testosterone, easing inflammation and more
  • Nutritionists swear by fenugreek to address diabetes, indigestion, flatulence, blood pressure issues, and to control appetite. It makes a good face scrub, too

Whether taken in seed or powder form or consumed fresh as a herb, fenugreek’s many benefits according to traditional Chinese and Indian medicine include helping diabetics, aiding weight loss, and promoting heart health. Used powdered as a spice, It also makes food more tasty. Photo: Shutterstock
Whether taken in seed or powder form or consumed fresh as a herb, fenugreek’s many benefits according to traditional Chinese and Indian medicine include helping diabetics, aiding weight loss, and promoting heart health. Used powdered as a spice, It also makes food more tasty. Photo: Shutterstock
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