Why Curry Is Good For You…by DailyMail

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Following previous blog post about Spicy Food from Harvard Research, Daily Mail posted a recent research about curry.

Amy Anderson, have wrote an article that recent research has shown that curry could actually be good for you, easing arthritis and even protecting you from Alzheimer’s.

Most curries contain turmeric, cumin, allspice, cardamon, ginger, garlic and capsicum – spices with strong anti-bacterial properties. That’s why they’re found in dishes from hot countries, where meat needs to be preserved.
Studies have found that garlic, cinnamon and cumin can destroy up to 80 per cent of meat-borne bacteria, while ginger can slow bacterial growth by 25 per cent.

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However, not all curries are healthy. It is good to avoid kormas, masalas and pasandras, those contain frightening amounts of cream. The average chicken tikka masala, for example, contains about 1,500 calories.

Read more about Ginger, Curcumin, Rice, Poppadoms, Yoghurt, Naan bread, Mango chutney, Onions, Garlic, Cumin, Allspice, Capsicum and Cardamon here.

By DailyMail

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