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Production Technology of Spices and Herbs and their Benefits

Nekesah T. Wafullah

Arcler Education Inc
All those spices and herbs in your spice rack can do more than provide calorie-free, natural flavourings to enhance and make food delicious. Spices and herbs provide a variety of health benefits depending on how they are produced, prepared and taken. This book outlines some established health benefits of more than 50 different herbs and spices. It also describes the production of the spices and handling procedures that ensures maximum benefits. In the use of herbs and spices and herbs in food and health benefits, different community are oriented towards some herbs and spices combinations. This book outline how different regions in the world utilizes herbs and spices in food flavouring. Despite the health benefit of the herbs and spices, its crucial also to take precaution especially for pregnant women and people with allergies.
Author Bio
A skilled agriculture expert with extensive knowledge in project management, agricultural energy, various forms of fertilizer, their production, marketing, application regimes and policies; business development management services; cross border fertilizer trade policies; product registration and efficacy trials and assessment; legume production and marketing aspects; food safety advocacy and policy issues; partnerships in businesses; youth, and women empowerment, and volunteerism. She is adept at project planning and strategic management as well as creating simple solutions to complex problems. As mentorship is one of her key areas, she has dedicated time to journey with high school and college students advocating for better performance in Agricultural sciences. She writes and edits agricultural books and loves watching movies, cooking, baking, networking, reading and dancing during her free time. She is also a food and fashion enthusiast. Nekesah holds an M Sc. Agricultural and Applied Economics degree from the University of Nairobi with a major in International Trade and Policy