Organic Ground Cumin is a wonderfully fragrant spice.
Organic Ground Cumin is the most commonly used spice in the world after black pepper. If you are already a cumin fan then this won’t come as a surprise to you, because cumin is seriously tasty and wonderfully versatile. Ground cumin gives an all round flavour and blends easily into a range of textures. If you want a more dramatic hit and a tasty crunch, choose our organic cumin seed.
This popular spice is used across the globe and is well known for its use in Mexican, Indian and Middle-Eastern dishes. Originally Cumin Seed was native to Egypt and it still holds medicinal and cultural significance there.
Cumin is nutritious as well as delicious, it has high levels of a range of important nutrients including thiamin (B1), iron, calcium and manganese. If you haven’t tried using cumin then making fragrant vegetable curry is a great place to start.
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The Nutritional Benefits of Organic Cumin Seed.
Organic Cumin Seed is high in Thiamin (B1), Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc, Copper and Manganese. It is a source of Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Riboflavin, Niacin (B3) and Vitamin B6.
Manganese: This vital nutrient contributes to the maintenance of normal bones and the formation of connective tissue. It is also needed for the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
B-Vitamins: This group of vitamins contribute to normal psychological function, normal function of the immune system and contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamin A: This vitamin contributes to normal skin, vision and immunity.
Potassium: This essential nutrient contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system, muscle function and the normal maintenance of blood pressure.
Phosphorus: This abundant mineral contributes to energy-yielding metabolism, function of cell membranes and the maintenance of bones and teeth.
Vitamin E: This antioxidant contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
Magnesium: This wonderful nutrient is often referred to as natures tranquilliser. It is necessary for the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and electrolyte balance. It is also needed for normal nervous system and muscle function.
Calcium: It is a common myth that we need to eat dairy to get an adequate calcium intake. Many plant based foods boast high levels of it. Calcium is needed for the normal maintenance of bones and teeth and digestive enzyme function. It is also needed for normal energy-yielding metabolism and neurotransmission in the body.
Zinc: This nutrient contributes to normal function of the immune system, DNA synthesis, carbohydrate metabolism, cognitive function, fertility and reproduction, metabolism of fatty acids, protein synthesis as well as the maintenance of bone, hair, skin and nails. It also protects cells from oxidative stress which is so important in a world where our bodies are exposed to so many toxins daily.
Iron: It is vital to get enough iron and many whole foods contain high levels of it. Iron contributes to normal cognitive function and immune system function. It also contributes to the reduction of tiredness and energy-yielding metabolism.
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*High in = 30% or more of RI (reference intake) per 100g
*Source of = 15% or more of RI (reference intake) per 100g
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