Health & Nutrition - - NUTRITION UPDATE -

You like it on your pizza, you love to mix it in your pasta; oregano is one thing you most likely reach out for when­ever you or­der an Ital­ian dish. Here are some health ben­e­fits of adding oregano to your daily diet: Strength­ens Im­mu­nity Sys­tem. It is be­lieved that adding fresh oregano leaves or oil to your daily diet can help boost the im­mune sys­tem. Var­i­ous stud­ies re­vealed that a gram of oregano has 42 times more an­tiox­i­dant prop­er­ties than ap­ples since it is rich in vi­ta­mins A and C. Im­proves Diges­tion. Oregano is power-packed with fi­bre. Eat­ing it reg­u­larly may boost our di­ges­tive sys­tem. Im­proves Bone Health. As we age, our bone health also de­clines; there­fore, it is im­por­tant to load up on foods that are rich in vi­ta­mins and min­er­als. Oregano is rich in cal­cium, iron and man­ganese that are some of the most cru­cial min­er­als for bone health.

Helps Man­age Di­a­betes.

Oregano is also known to help man­age type-1 di­a­betes.

Boosts En­ergy

Lev­els. As we now know that oregano helps in im­prov­ing the func­tion­al­ity of the me­tab­o­lism, the body re­mains re­ju­ve­nated and en­er­gized all the time.

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