Science has known about the properties of cardamom for a long time, but few people benefit from all the beneficial properties of this spice
Cardamom is called the "royal spice" and for a reason.
One of the most popular uses of cardamom is to remove toxins. Cardamom has this effect because of its diuretic properties.
At the same time, cardamom reduces the content of bad cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, and also improves glucose tolerance in patients with diabetes.
Interestingly, cardamom helps to get rid of belly fat, which has a beneficial effect on the he alth of the heart and blood vessels.
Studies show that cardamom powder taken as a dietary supplement prevents the accumulation of abdominal fat.
Cardamom's fat burning properties help reduce blood cholesterol. This is especially important for those who have high cholesterol levels and are overweight as a result.
A study in women with prediabetes and obesity found that green cardamom powder reduced low-density lipoprotein and triglyceride levels.
Therefore, the total cholesterol index improves significantly. The scientists concluded that this spice inhibited the increase in low-density lipoprotein levels.