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Green Chutney, a Recipe for Herbs for Health

Updated: Apr 16

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Green chutney is a popular Indian condiment made with a blend of fresh herbs like coriander, mint, and green chilies, along with spices and lemon juice. It is served as a dipping sauce or accompaniment to various snacks and street foods.


There are a variety of green chutneys to be enjoyed, so let's dive deep into the sub-continent and feast!


Firstly, a simple household version using a little yogurt...



For variety, this video is great, switch on sub-titles...



Or try a sourer Afghan version of green chutney with coriander only...



As part of a nutritionally rich, whole health lifestyle, at The Whole Health Practice we advocate enjoying herbs (and spices) as a regular part of one’s diet. While some herbs (and their polyphenols) have shown positive results for specific health outcomes, enjoy a variety of herbs that work in synergy to promote maximum health. And taste!


Stay Herby,


Alastair


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Related Studies


Vázquez-Fresno R, Rosana ARR, Sajed T, Onookome-Okome T, Wishart NA, Wishart DS. Herbs and Spices- Biomarkers of Intake Based on Human Intervention Studies - A Systematic Review. Genes Nutr. 2019 May 22;14:18. doi: 10.1186/s12263-019-0636-8. PMID: 31143299; PMCID: PMC6532192.


Mackonochie M, Rodriguez-Mateos A, Mills S, Rolfe V. A Scoping Review of the Clinical Evidence for the Health Benefits of Culinary Doses of Herbs and Spices for the Prevention and Treatment of Metabolic Syndrome. Nutrients. 2023 Nov 22;15(23):4867. doi: 10.3390/nu15234867. PMID: 38068725; PMCID: PMC10708057.


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