Paprika is a source of magnesium and potassium. Beneficial in the production of saliva and digestion, lowers the risk of cancer and depression and the overall feeling of lethargy.Cayenne Pepper a ground hot red pepper that helps prevent inflamation. May aid in weight loss, reduces cholesterol and triglycerides. A powerhouse in benefits to the heart and helps in the distribution of all nutrients in the body! Bay Leaf acts as an anti-bacterial and is rich in vitamin A, magnesium and vitamin C.
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If you think you can't include oatmeal in your diet because you don't like oatmeal that's sweetened or fruity, try some savory seasonings instead. A few shakes of that spice blend you love on chicken, a little garlic salt, or even a dash of cayenne pepper -- whatever pleases your palette, give it a shot.
My personal favorite: Trader Joe's 21 Spice Salute (salt free!), paprika (for color), and a tiny dash of cayenne pepper.
Figure out the ants’ main points of entry—windowsill, doorway, baseboards—and sprinkle those places with any of the following... Cayenne pepper, Chili powder, Cinnamon, Sage, Whole cloves, Bay leaves, Cream of tartar, Salted cucumber peelings, Dried peppermint leaves or peppermint oil Distilled white vinegar Lemon juice and peel—mix it with water and wash the kitchen floor, Baby powder, Uncooked white or brown rice You can also sprinkle the above items in food pantries or cupboards.
Cheap and rich in potassium, iron and B1. One cup has 16 grams of protein and 9 grams of fiber and only 230 calories. Easy.... take 1 cup of lentils, 2 cups of water, 1 bay leaf, 1 clove of garlic. Simmer 8-10 minutes remove the bay leaf and garlic and drizzle some olive oil and ground pepper and enjoy.
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