Fenugreek

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Fenugreek seeds are a traditional choice for the treatment of dyspepsia, as these seeds are well known to be digestive agents for human health. Fenugreek seeds can be chewed before every meal, as they increase the production of gastric and digestive juices in the gut, helping to speed the process of digestion and moving food through the intestines smoothly. Fenugreek seeds can also be boiled or fried with butter, as some people do not find the taste to be particularly pleasant. Fenugreek seeds also possess flavonoids, saponins and other antioxidant compounds that can optimize overall health of the gut.

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