Letter to the Queen
Letter to George Carey
Two Letters to John Stott
My father’s review of an Alpha course
My father’s review of a series of Lent talks
My response to my father’s letter
My paternal grandfather, – writings, beliefs
My letter to my family on 10th anniversary
My letter to a neighbour on her confirmation
Two letters I sent to All Souls missionaries in 1995 and 1996
A letter in the high IQ mensa magazine and my response
A letter concerning my attendance at Peniel College

My Letter to John Stott 2006

nother night of grilled chicken breasts is good for your diet, but it’s also kind of boring. Spicing up a plain-but-healthy meal is good for your taste buds and your health. Reach for your spice rack and you’ll not only up the flavor of your food, but you’ll also get a boost of antioxidants (substances that protect cells from damage).

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Nutrition researchers say that there are more than 100 common spices used in cooking around the world, and some have proven to be concentrated sources of antioxidants — substances that protect your cells from damage.

There’s no need to go on a massive hunt for exotic ingredients — some of the best spices can be found at your local market.

One note: Most studies that show benefits use supplements to control the dose of spice (or the spice’s active compound) that participants consume. Often these provide bigger doses than you’d normally eat in a day.

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Ginger is a tropical plant that’s been used in Asian cultures for thousands of years to treat stomach upset, diarrhea and nausea. In the U.S., it comes in a variety of convenient forms — lollipops, candies, capsules and teas. You can also purchase the dried powder in the spice aisle of the grocery store, or buy it fresh to make teas or grate into recipes.

Most of us are familiar with garlic, the strong-smelling bulb frequently used in cooking. But what you might not know is that eating garlic may protect your heart from changes that lead to heart disease.

Clove oil is also a natural antimicrobial, antifungal and antiviral and can treat a multitude of different ailments such as indigestion, headaches, asthma, stress and blood impurities. However, the most important and common use of clove oil is in dental care for its excellent antiseptic ability to numb and relieve pain, for other dental cares look at the Pop on teeth treatment.

If you’re tempted to take supplements to increase your dose of these beneficial compounds, it’s important to note that commercial supplements aren’t strictly regulated, which means you can’t be certain what the pills actually contain. Certain third-party organizations do testing to verify quality and contents of supplements. If you’re thinking about taking a supplement, talk to your doctor or dietitian about what form and amount is right for you.