Fenugreek is a herb that has long been utilized in alternative medicine. It's a ubiquitous element in Indian cuisine and is frequently used as a supplement.

This plant has several health benefits; however, in this post, we will look at fenugreek seed dose for high Cholesterol.

Fenugreek seeds provide a balanced nutritional profile with plenty of fiber and minerals, including iron and magnesium.

One tablespoon (11.1 grams) of whole fenugreek seeds has 35 calories as well as the following nutrients: Fiber: 3 g, Carbohydrates: 6 g, Protein: 3 g, Fat: 1 g Manganese is 7% of the Daily Value (DV), iron is 20% of the DV, and magnesium is 5% of the DV.

Why take Fenugreek seed for Cholesterol?

Fenugreek seeds' high fiber content is thought to be responsible for their health benefits.

Water absorption by soluble fiber can lessen the amount of Cholesterol entering your system. Your LDL cholesterol is reduced when you consume five to ten grams or more of soluble fiber daily.

Some recent researchers claim:

  • Fenugreek seeds showed "statistically significant" decreases in total Cholesterol between 15% and 33%.
  • Five different investigations all observed the effect.
  • In one trial using fenugreek leaves, a "single dose" resulted in a non-significant reduction of 9%.
  • In contrast with a decrease of 2.8% with placebo (dilute coffee extract).

Also Read: How to get rid of Dandruff with Fenugreek seeds

How to consume Fenugreek seed for bad Cholesterol?

Dosage:- Taking a spoonful of fenugreek seeds in the morning is the optimum time to get their maximum benefits.

Some people soak them in water overnight before swallowing them, while others drink water with them. 

If this intake is not to your taste, you can still include it in your curries, dals, and other culinary preparations. A daily intake of 10 grams of fenugreek seeds soaked in hot water may help manage Type-2 diabetes,

According to International Journal for Vitamin and Nutrition Research. The capacity of "methi dana (seeds)" water to reduce blood sugar in people with diabetes was reported.

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