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Healthy Eating - Three Ways To Add Nutmeg To Your Diet Plan

When it comes to seeing the best results from your diet plan, how you prepare your food is half the equation. You can choose healthy foods, but if you prepare them using high calorie methods and unhealthy sauces, you will not do anything yourself. However, if you cook them using a small amount of olive or coconut oil as well as lots of spices and fresh spices, you will be better prepared to enjoy a tasty meal without tasting guilt.

One spice you want to make sure you add to your diet is nutmeg. Nutmeg is great for boosting your immune system, improving circulation, helping strengthen your hair and skin, and promoting healthy brain function. Nutmeg can help relieve fatigue, stress, and anxiety. This can help everyone, so there's no reason not to include it in your diet plan.

But how do you add it? What's the best way? Here are some ideas to get you started ...

1. Add Nutmeg to Vegetables. An easy way to get more out of your day is to add nutmeg to your vegetables as you prepare them. Add some butter and sprinkle the nutmeg on top and you'll have a great side dish in seconds. While the butter will add more calories, you don't have to do as much as a little goes a long way.

2. Sprinkle it with Roasted Fruit. Another delicious way to serve nutmeg is to simply sprinkle it on the fruit when it is burned. You will find this work great for apples, pineapple, bananas, or mangoes - of your choice.

Fruit is the best way to end a meal: low in fat and full of nutrients and this is a way to turn it around. Serve it with some low-calorie toppings and you'll have delicious desserts.

3. Create your Pumpkin Spice. If you are a lover of all things pumpkin when they come out in the fall, you should know that you can make your pumpkin spice food all year long.

The spices that make up the pumpkin spice are nutmeg, cloves, and cinnamon, so combine these three and start splashing those three into your coffee, into a bowl of oats, or into vanilla yogurt. If you are creative, you may want to think of many other ways to add it to your day.

There are only a few ways you can start incorporating these spices into your daily diet plan. When was the last time you had nutmeg?


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