Sesame Seed is a good food to include in your cholesterol lowering diet because they are high in protein, fiber, and healthy fats, and low in sugar.
Good Source of Fiber, Lower Cholesterol and Triglycerides, Nutritious Source of Plant Protein, Lower Blood Pressure, Support Healthy Bones, Reduce Inflammation, Aids Blood Cell Formation, Aids Blood Sugar Control, Rich in Antioxidants, Support Your Immune System, Soothe Arthritic Knee Pain, Support Thyroid Health, Aids Hormone Balance During Menopause
Add sesame seeds to:
Stir-fries, bread, smoothies, salads, salad dressing, hummus, garnishes.
Our alkaline spices are for refilling of your spice jars.
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