The Beneficial Powers of Coriander: For Your Blood Sugar

Updated: Jan 9

Delicious & Nutritious

By: Pam Smith, RDN


The seed of cilantro, coriander is aromatic and medicinal. It’s been shown to ease anxiety and help people sleep, and it’s an important spice for people managing type 2 diabetes. A 2011 study published in the Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological, and Chemical Sciences found coriander acts as a natural blood sugar and cholesterol regulator.


Use It:

Ground coriander seeds pair well with eggs, salad dressings, chili sauces, and guacamole, and is a key ingredient in P.S. Flavor!™ Moroccan Spice and Citrus Spice.



 

Give your coriander in your meals with any of these nutritious & delicious P.S. Flavor!™ Club recipes:


Moroccan Shakshuka Brunch with Chai Spiced Baked Apples

Adobo Black Bean Soup with Moroccan Spiced Shrimp and Tomato Bruschetta


Creole Pecan Crusted Cod with Cauliflower Hominy Hash and Smokey Broccolini


Rockin’ Moroccan Meatballs with Summer Vegetable Orzo


Citrus Spice Seared Scallops and Corn Risotto

Citrus Spice Chicken Piccata with Creamy Orzotto and Roasted Artichokes and Cherry Tomatoes

Citrus Spice Simple Sheet Pan Dinner

Pan Seared Bronzed Pineapple Chicken with Warm Winter Roasted Vegetables

Warm Winter Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Sweet Potato Kale Hash







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