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CCT for health! A Shameless Plug for 3 Staple Indian Curry Spices results in a 90% effective conversion rate!

CORIANDER : Coriander use has a medicinal plant has been reported since 1500 B.C. both as a spice and as a medicine. Used extensively as a base for nearly ALL curries in India. It aids digestion, reduce flatulence and improves appetite. It helps relieving spasms within the gut and counters the effects of nervous tension.

Other little known secret uses:  
Coriander is also chewed to sweeten the breath, especially after consumption of garlic or onion.
It is applied externally as a lotion for rheumatic pain.
Coriander essential oil is used in the manufacture of perfumes, cosmetics and dentifrices.

CINNAMON --Who does not already love cinnamon ? In India cinnamon is an integral part of both hot spicy curries or sweet desserts. Garam masala worthy enough to get on the festival banquet must have cinnamon in it.

Other little known secret uses:  
Whether in pumpkin pie, cinnamon rolls, raisin bread, and cinnamon sugar topping, but there are healthier ways to reap the benefits of this power spice…

Turmeric Smoothie - So Tasty You Won't Believe It Has One of the Most Powerful Antioxidants In The World

Who needs medication when nature gave us turmeric. Take a look at the incredible health benefits of this plant.

- Digestive Aid
- Blood Purifier
- Anti-inflammatory
- Wound Healer
- Skin Tonic
- Analgesic
- Anti-viral
- Anti-bacterial 
- Anti-fungal
- Antiseptic
- Anti-carcinogenic 
- Fat Metabolizer
- Cholesterol Reducer
- Gas Reducer

Soy - Pitas- Calcium rich and an easy way to beat Osteoporosis

Whole SOY -Wheat Pitas
Osteoporosis isn’t like a small deal. It’s a huge deal. It doesn’t take a major trauma to break osteoporotic bones, and fractures related to this devastating disease are a leading cause of hospitalization, disability, and even death. 
Did you know that an adult over age 50 who fractures a hip has a one in four chance of dying within one year? - 
Well here is one lady's quick fix to get some calcium into your body - tastily!
Soy flour contains about six times as much calcium as whole wheat flour. It contains no gluten, so in general it’s not a good choice for bread, but for a flatbread that’s not as critical. 
The words “raw” and “green” kept leaping to mind and happily, the baked pitas taste great. Their yellowish color was a tipoff that these were not your average wheat pitas, but otherwise you’d never have known. -

Yield: 8 pitasTime:Mix and ferment sponge: 1 hourMix final dough: 10 minutesFerment: 1.5 hoursDivide, rest, and roll out: 15 minutesBake: 2 – 3 minut…