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Here are the health benefits of fennel seeds

10-09-201910-09-2019 09:16:14 IST
2019-09-10T03:46:14.849Z10-09-2019 2019-09-10T03:46:01.405Z - - 15-09-2019

Here are the health benefits of fennel seeds

It is common in every Indian household to chew saunf (fennel seeds) after a meal. Saunf cleans teeth and improves oral condition. Besides that, fennel seeds which are inflammatory in nature and offer anti-bacterial benefits, contain an antioxidant, Anethole, one of the phytochemicals blocks several inflammatory agents in the body. Fennel seeds are also loaded with the mineral manganese, which is essential for enzyme activation, metabolism, cellular protection, bone development, blood sugar regulation, and wound curing. 

The seeds help neutralize the acidity of the stomach which can sometimes increase due to improper dietary habits, unregulated lifestyle and weight. The essential oils present in fennel seeds trigger the secretion of digestive juices and enzymes which in turn aids the process of digestion. This property of fennel makes it a common ingredient in anti-acidity medications. 

To reduce high blood pressure, fennel seeds which are an essential source of potassium can help. It reduces the tension on the blood vessels by dilating them. This results in the reduction of blood pressure. Potassium regulates the water balance as well as the acid-base balance in our body. Fennel seeds can be eaten raw or used as a spice. Even fennel oil is used as flavoring agent in foods and beverages inclusive of broths. 



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