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An astonishing 40 percent of U.S. adults will develop diabetes in their lifetime. Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease that results primarily from abdominal obesity, which leads to resistance to the hormone insulin. Poorly controlled type 2 diabetes is associated with a shockingly wide range of life-threatening complications,
Q. Are there any health benefits for fenugreek?
A. Many of the ingredients we use to flavor our foods may impart healthful properties. Fenugreek, a plant used in Middle Eastern and Indian cookery, is one such ingredient. Fenugreek is found as a component of commercially available curry
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Of the many health benefits of fenugreek, diabetes care may be the most impressive. It can lower the risk of diabetes and help those with the condition keep blood sugar in check.
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Native to Asia and southern Europe, fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) has been used as a cooking spice and folk remedy for thousands of years. Commonly sold as the dried ripe seed, fenugreek has a flavor described as a cross between bitter celery and maple syrup. In fact, it is used in
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