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Pure Spice Beginners Mix Refill

70g Resealable Pouch

Pure Spice’s Beginners mix can be used in most dishes, similar to an All purpose seasoning. It contains the ingredients Onion & Garlic, that all dishes should have. This is ideal if you have run out of onions or garlic and can be used to start your pot.

70g Resealable Pouch

Pure Spice’s Beginners mix can be used in most dishes, similar to an All purpose seasoning. It contains the ingredients Onion & Garlic, that all dishes should have. This is ideal if you have run out of onions or garlic and can be used to start your pot.

It contains No Additives and is Non Radiated

Ingredients: Onion flakes, Garlic flakes, Red & Green Pepper flakes

Health Benefits of Dried Onion?

Dehydrated onions contain many beneficial nutrients, including calcium, potassium, and magnesium. One serving contains nine milligrams of calcium and three milligrams of magnesium, both of which help promote strong bones and healthy muscle functioning. Furthermore, each serving contains twenty-four milligrams of potassium, which aids in the regulation of blood pressure and promotes smooth digestion. Although dehydrated onions only contain a small percentage of the daily recommended intake for each of these nutrients, just remember that every little bit counts.

What Are the Health Benefits of Dried Garlic?

With a sharp flavor that’s just as welcome in custom-made steak rubs as it is in homemade soups and broths, granulated dried garlic — coarsely ground dried garlic powder — makes a useful addition to your pantry. Although it lacks some of the advantages associated with fresh garlic, such as anti-bacterial activity, granulated garlic still offers a number of health benefits. Use it in your cooking to boost your intake of essential minerals.

IRON)  Granulated dried garlic helps increase your iron intake. Iron plays an important role in supporting an active lifestyle. It boosts energy production so that your tissues have access to the fuel they need, and also aids in oxygen transport, providing oxygen essential for cellular metabolism. Getting enough iron in your diet prevents anemia, which can lead to fatigue, shortness of breath and a rapid heart rate. A 2-tablespoon serving of granulated dried garlic contains 1.1 milligrams of iron — 14 percent of the recommended daily intake for men and 6 percent for women, according to the Institute of Medicine.

COPPER)  Cooking with granulated dried garlic also boosts your copper intake. Each 2-tablespoon serving contains 190 micrograms of copper, or 21 percent of your daily copper intake requirements, set by the Institute of Medicine. Consuming copper helps your nervous system function properly. It allows for the production of neurotransmitters — chemicals that relay signals between brain cells — and helps you make fatty acids needed to make myelin, a substance that preserves nerve function. Like iron, copper supports an active lifestyle by playing a role in energy production.

MANGANESE)  Consume granulated dried garlic as a source of manganese. The manganese from your diet supports skeletal health — it activates a family of enzymes, called glycosyltransferases, that promote healthy cartilage and bone development. Manganese also increases collagen production — an essential step for wound healing — acts as an antioxidant and supports your metabolism. Each 2-tablespoon serving of granulated garlic contains 0.2 milligrams of manganese. This provides 9 percent of the daily recommended manganese intake for men and 11 percent for women, according to the Institute of Medicine.
 

PHOSPHORUS)    Granulated dried garlic also serves as a moderate source of phosphorus, one of the most abundant minerals in your body. Phosphorus promotes healthy kidney function and allows your cells to make ATP, a source of energy. It keeps your bones and teeth healthy and also helps you produce DNA. Consuming 2 tablespoons of granulated dried garlic boosts your phosphorus intake by 80 milligrams, or 11 percent of the recommended daily intake set by the Institute of Medicine.

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