fenugreek


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  • noun

Synonyms for fenugreek

annual herb or southern Europe and eastern Asia having off-white flowers and aromatic seeds used medicinally and in curry

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The final analysis involved 101 students, 51 of whom received fenugreek and 50 received placebo.
The new beer is an amber ale brewed with pumpkins grown on Stone Farms, yams, rye, toasted fenugreek, birch bark, and lemon verbena.
Cultivated worldwide in countries including Nepal, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Argentina, Egypt, France, Spain, Turkey, Morocco and China, fenugreek is used both as a herb and a spice.
Plants like fenugreek can efficiently reduce blood cholesterol and blood sugar levels in both animal models as well as humans.
Fenugreek seeds can improve metabolic symptoms linked to type 2 diabetes by lowering glucose levels, a study done by the National Institute of Nutrition and ICMR says.
The objective of the researchers was to formulate kodo, soy and fenugreek into an extruded ready-to-eat (RTE) snack and to study the effects of processing and material characteristics on the physical, sensory and functional properties of the snack.
Fenugreek was introduced by the Arabs into Europe a short time before the 9th century and almost immediately met with the approval of the aristocracy.
I read research showing that fenugreek leaves were rich in Vitamin C.
Its long history has prompted a number of small clinical trials to assess the efficacy and safety of fenugreek seed powder in the treatment of type 1 and type 2 diabetes (reviewed in Basch et al.
Last year's bout was finally blamed on Fenugreek sprouts grown in Germany from Egyptian seeds - after causing a trade row with Spain, whose exports were initially thought to be the cause, dpa reported.
Landana Fenugreek takes you by surprise with its delicious, nutty aroma.
Fenugreek - a plant that produces a seed so potent, it makes you smell - whether that scent is considered bad or good depends entirely on where you come from.
Fenugreek (hulba) is the small stony seed from the pod of a bean-like plant.
Fenugreek is a staple of Indian food and has a very distinctive, curry-powder aroma.
Only one good study has looked at fenugreek and Ale in people with type 2 diabetes.