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The findings of the study confirmed the hypolipidemic and antioxidative function of the seed in quail.

Adding two to four percent of coriander seed into the animal’s diet significantly reduced abdominal fat deposition and increased PUFA.

A limitation to both aforementioned studies is that they were conducted on animals, so further research is needed to establish the clinical relevance of coriander juice to treat visceral fat in humans.

Previous research, however, has concluded that the leaves boost metabolism by increasing the secretion of insulin, which helps manage blood sugar.

Source: Daily Express

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