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meribelle
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For some reason I thought that fenugreek was good for O nonnies so I bought some capsules.  Now I can't even find it listed anywhere.  Have I lost my mind?  What is it for?  


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If memory serves, it is listed in one of the protocols in the Cardiovascular Health Series book.
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Well, I guess I will return it.  Thanks.


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lowers high blood sugar levels as well, among other
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no need to give it back

even spice up your salads, or whatever


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Oh, thank you!  So I did not buy the real herb, I bought a capsule.  Will that work?


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open it up and sprinkle on salads....
fenugreek is a part of all curry mixes....
a little goes a long way, in terms of taste


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why not look at it in food value look up..  


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why not look at it in food value look up..  


I did look it up and I did not see it.  I found it on a list that it is beneficial for O nonnies, but some post earlier said it made the person have an odor.  I don't want that!!!


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the odor is maple......not to worry


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I did look it up and I did not see it.  I found it on a list that it is beneficial for O nonnies, but some post earlier said it made the person have an odor.  I don't want that!!!

Everybody is different, just because somebody had an odor it doesn't mean you will or have it as strong.  Though i wouldn't mind smelling like maple!.  


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the odor is maple

How interesting.  That must be why it's in a sausage spice mixture I just put together yesterday.  I thought it was a strange spice to include..... sure smell's nice.  Haven't used it yet but am lookiing forward to making turkey sausage with it.


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Fenugreek is good to thin mucus secretions.  I like to drink Fenugreek seed tea when I have allergies or a cold.  It's like chicken soup and Guaifenesin.

And as Lola says, it's a part of curry.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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I do that too Squarepeg!

You can also sprout the seeds and add them to salads  


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