Curry is becoming a new worldwide superfood! It has amazing health benefits such as relieving arthritis pain, increasing metabolism and help fight heart diseases.
Adding curried foods at least 3 times a week to your diet, can help you live longer. A study of Chinese people showed that those who ate it 3 times a week or even more, had 14% less risk of premature death. Also another superfood that the participants ate was chili.
Curry has been discovered during the 17th century and over time it has been refined to the yellow-orange spice we have today, which is a mix of spices such as coriander, turmeric, a variety of chili peppers, fenugreek and cumin.
If you believe that curried, spicy foods really improve health, here are a couple of ways you can include curry into your diet.
Curry is easy to add to many foods, because it comes in a paste or powder form. A couple of foods you can add it to:
– Red curry soup
– Stir fry
– Jerk chicken and rice
– Pita sandwiches
By adding curry paste or powder to your meals, gives your body the antioxidant-rich spices it needs and helps it function well.
So, start eating more meals with curry. 😉