Finally you have  decided to dump the“dieases causing” seasoning cubes

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Everyone is familiar with seasoning cubes. Hardly a dish is cooked these days without adding a seasoning cube or two. It adds great flavour to whatever it is added to, improving the taste and aroma. In the market, there are so many brands in the business of stock cubes. While they all taste almost the same, everyone has a brand or two that they take as their favourites. These seasoning cubes even come in different flavours, such as soup, stew, crayfish, chicken, and so on, meant to reflect the dishes they should be used for or the type of flavour they carry. These seasoning cubes have replaced our traditional seasoners and some even use them in place of salt.
People use these seasoning cubes without wondering the effects it may have on their health. It is no doubt that it changes the taste of food but long-term or excessive use of these cubes could have some effect on your body. A good way to understand this is to examine the ingredient of your average seasoning cubes.


An average seasoning cube would contain the following; salt, monosodium glutamate (MSG), sugar, hydrogenated palm oil, cornstarch, dehydrated beef or fish (depending on the flavour), caramel color, natural flavor, disodium inosinate, spices, turmeric, TBHQ (preservative). seasoning  cube contains high amount of sodium, and MSG.
As you can see, there is almost nothing natural here as everything has been processed in one form or the other and it is not advised that you eat too much processed food because it contains chemicals and additives your body may not agree with in the long term.
But the major concern here is the salt content. Some seasoning cubes contain as much as 2.50 grams of salt, accounting for more than 40% of the whole cube. To fully understand the danger here, an average adult should not consume more than 5grams of salt per day. So by the time you use two seasoning cubes, you have already satisfied your body with all the salt it needs for one day. The reality, however, is that most people do not stop at one cube. Some people might use 3 to 4 cubes at a go. Some might even cook twice a day, using 3 cubes on both occasions, flooding their system with salt. But that is not the only hazard.
Many people are in the habit of adding salt after loading their pot with two or more seasoning cubes. While some do it out of ignorance, there are those who still add salt because they do not believe that the seasoning cube would provide all the salt that they need. Excess salt consumption could lead to high blood pressure and kidney problems.
Additionally, seasoning cubes are high in sodium and taking excess amount of sodium is linked to high blood pressure. It can also lead to heart disease, stroke, heart failure, and kidney disease.
They are also made up of hydrogenated oils. Hydrogenated oils are once-healthy oils which have been processed into unhealthy trans fatty acids. Hydrogenated vegetable oil will undergo processing to enhance its taste, texture, and shelf life. This process forms trans fats, which are not good for your health. They have been shown to increase LDL, or “bad,” cholesterol, and decrease HDL, or “good,” cholesterol.
Seasoning cubes also contain monosodium glutamate (MSG). while they are varying opinions on the exact effect of MSG on the body, its intake should be controlled. It’s not advisable to take a lot of something that’s not natural into your body. Some studies have shown that some of the toxic effects of MSG include obesity, cancer, numbness, asthma, and so on.
Sugar is also present in seasoning cubes. Although it occurs in very small quantities, using more cubes could increase the amount of sugar in your food. So if you are someone who is cutting down on their sugar intake, you should see that you reduce the number of stock cubes you use.


Certainly! Natural spices offer various advantages in cooking:
 Enhanced Flavor: Spices bring a rich and complex flavor profile to dishes, making them more interesting and enjoyable. They can transform a bland meal into a savory experience.
Aroma and Appeal: Natural spices contribute aromatic elements, creating an inviting atmosphere during cooking and enhancing the overall sensory experience of the meal.
Health Benefits: Many spices are packed with antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties. For example, turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory effects, while garlic may have cardiovascular benefits.
Reduced Dependence on Salt and Sugar: Spices allow for flavor enhancement without relying heavily on salt or sugar. This is crucial for those aiming to reduce sodium or sugar intake for health reasons.
Creative Versatility: Natural spices provide a wide range of options for culinary experimentation. Mixing and matching spices allows for endless possibilities, letting chefs create unique and personalized flavors.
Preservation: Historically, spices were used for their preservative properties, helping to keep food fresh. While modern refrigeration has diminished this role, spices still contribute to the longevity of some dishes.
Digestive Benefits: Some spices, like ginger and peppermint, are known for their digestive properties. They can help soothe stomach discomfort and promote overall digestive health.
Natural and Sustainable: Unlike artificial additives, natural spices are derived from plants. Their use aligns with a trend towards more natural, sustainable, and environmentally friendly culinary practices.
Incorporating a variety of natural spices into your cooking not only adds depth and excitement to your meals but also contributes to a holistic approach to well-being.

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I am a passionate wellness coach dedicated to empowering individuals on their journey to optimal health. With a background in wellness, I guide clients in adopting sustainable lifestyle changes. My approach focuses on holistic well-being, encompassing physical, mental, and emotional aspects. Through personalized plans and motivational support, I inspire others to cultivate healthy habits that lead to a balanced and fulfilling life. Together, we navigate the path to wellness, fostering positive transformations that extend beyond the surface to create lasting, vibrant well-being.

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