HIMALAYAN NETTLE SEASONING
(25 GRAM DISPENSER)
Rich in trace minerals and vitamins.
Our Himalayan Nettle Seasoning flakes can be sprinkled on soups, omelettes, lentils and curries.
A tasty way to increase nutritional levels in food.
Although used in small amounts, herbs and spices add flavour and make a healthy contribution to your meals. Seasonings can make the food you eat tasty, without being high in calories. A lot of the herbs and spices that are commonly used in seasonings have medicinal properties; oregano and rosemary for example have antioxidants that have been studied for their cancer protective effects and chilies contain seven times more Vitamin C than oranges!
ALTHOUGH USED IN SMALL AMOUNTS, HERBS AND SPICES ADD FLAVOUR AND MAKE A HEALTHY CONTRIBUTION TO YOUR MEALS. SEASONINGS CAN MAKE THE FOOD YOU EAT TASTY, WITHOUT BEING HIGH IN CALORIES. A LOT OF THE HERBS AND SPICES THAT ARE COMMONLY USED IN SEASONINGS HAVE MEDICINAL PROPERTIES; OREGANO AND ROSEMARY FOR EXAMPLE HAVE ANTIOXIDANTS THAT HAVE BEEN STUDIED FOR THEIR CANCER PROTECTIVE EFFECTS AND CHILIES CONTAIN SEVEN TIMES MORE VITAMIN C THAN ORANGES! YOU CAN BUY SEASONINGS HERE
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