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A week-towards health-DAY 6 - Mustards

Priya Joshi | Jan 26, 2016 |

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Happy republic day everyone.... I am quite late for posting sixth day post as i am suffering from dry eyes syndrome and couldn't work much on lappi . I will take rest for a week and schedule some tasty posts for you guys. Hope you will enjoy..and here is the today's post.
Most Indian households use mustard seeds or its oil for various purposes. You could use mustard sauce to spice up various foods, while the oil could be used for a number of purposes including cooking. The powdered form of the seed can be used for either garnishing a dish or as an integral part of a dip. The whole seed is commonly used as tadka.
Apart from just adding flavour to your food, the seeds have always been known for their medicinal properties. Here are some of the better known ones:



  1. Can Help Control Symptoms of Asthma:  Mustard seeds are high in selenium and magnesium. Both the components give it a unique anti inflammatory property. Consumed regularly, it is known to control and keep the symptoms of asthma, cold and chest congestion at bay. 
  2. Can Help You Lose Weight:  The wonder seeds are packed with B-complex vitamins like folates, niacin, thiamine, riboflavin etc. Apart from all the individual merits of these components, they are great in speeding up one’s metabolism leading to weight loss. 
  3. Can Slow Aging: Mustard is a great source of carotenes, zeaxanthins and lutein (also called flavonoid and caretonoid antioxidants) vitamin A,C and K. All these components put together make it rich in antioxidants which in turn slows the aging process. 
  4. Protects You From Gastrointestinal Cancer:  mustard seeds are a great way to prevent and slow the progress of  cancers of the gastrointestinal tract. Studies have shown that mustard seeds have properties that can restrict the growth of already present cancer cells and prevent the formation of new cancers. 
  5. Relieves Rheumatoid, Arthritic And Muscle Pain: The selenium and magnesium content of mustard lend it anti inflammatory and heat producing properties. When applied to the body, the paste heats up the area and helps loosen muscles, leading to relief from pain.Health.India.Com Tip: To ease pain make a small bundle of the seeds in a muslin cloth, and add it to warm bath water. Either have a long relaxing bath, or soak your tired and aching feet for instant relief. Another great way is to apply the paste of the seed on the area for a few minutes. 
  6. Lowers Cholesterol: Mustard contains high levels of niacin or vitamin B3. Niacin has properties that help lower one’s cholesterol levels and protects the arteries from atherosclerosis (plaque build-up). It also helps to regulate blood flow and protects the body from hypertension. 
  7. Stimulates Hair Growth:  For centuries mustard oil has been known to stimulate hair growth. It  is known to be packed with vitamins and minerals, but what makes the difference is the high amount of beta carotene it contains. During oil production, beta carotene gets converted to vitamin A, which is excellent for hair growth. Apart from this, it also contains iron, fatty acids, calcium and magnesium, all of which promote hair growth.

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Before jumping on any conclusion, I want to say that ,I am not dietitian so Kindly concern your doctor first before any consumption.




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