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Apr 2024

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Did you know…

Black pepper (Piper nigram), the pepper you have as a condiment on your table contains piperine, an alkaloid that gives pepper its pungent kick. Research has shown that peperine interferes with the activity of genes that control the formation of new fat cells. Piperine may also set of a metabolic chain reaction that keeps fat in check in other ways. Animal studies have shown that a diet containing one per cent black pepper leads to significant declines in body weight and fat around body organs. Piperine also lowers blood pressure, improves glucose tolerance, reduces inflammation and increases bioavailability of the antioxidant compound reseveratrol. You would have to consume a lot of pepper to get to the amount of piperine used in studies, but even a little pepper will provide some of that piperine kick.

Source: Wellbeing Eat Well Issue 37

The Origins: Where Do Celtic Sea Salt and Himalayan Salt Come From?

Celtic Sea Salt

Celtic Sea Salt, or grey salt, hails from the clay-lined salt pans along the coastal areas of France. The process of obtaining this salt is a centuries-old tradition, involving the manual harvesting of sun and wind-evaporated sea salt. It’s the mineral-rich clay, or ‘sel gris,’ that imparts the grey colour to the Celtic salt.

Himalayan Salt

On the other hand, Himalayan Salt is mined from the ancient sea beds within the Khewra Salt Mine in Pakistan. This pristine, fossilised salt is free from modern pollutants due to its seclusion for over 250 million years, and thus it exhibits a distinctive pink hue from iron and other minerals.

Source: buynatural.com.au

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