Herbs and Spices: Give Your Food a Better Flavor


If you are looking for a healthy way to give your food more flavor without adding too much salt or other flavors, revive the taste with a combination of fresh and dried herbs and spices.

Pizza and pasta recipes will have an authentic flavor with basil, oregano and marjoram; potato brightened with parsley and dill; meat and vegetable dishes benefit from garlic, rosemary and sage; Stir-fry ginger, lemon grass and chilli; and Indian and Asian dishes from a fantastic range of spices and herbs.

Using spices and herbs over salt and sugar is a key part of the meal by (FSA) The Food Standards Agency which is better to be a good healthy eating tips. As the FSA indicates that you will get more flavor for fewer calories using herbs and spices, which means trimming the waist reducing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Eating less salt (no more than 6 grams per day, or 1 teaspoon) is another goal of the FSA, to improve the nation’s health. Nutritionists are particularly keen for the children to develop a taste for food that is lower in salt.

The British Dietetic Association recommended food flavorings for children with herbs and spices from an early age. Consuming herbs can also help families to hit 5-A-Day target. Add spices such as tarragon and chervil, chives and parsley to salads (cereal bowl of fresh herbs one serving) and make a salad dressing with a variety of freshly chopped herbs.

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