14 thoughts on “Benefits of Fenugreek Seeds

  1. Grrr… I want to know the downside. I almost went out and bought some of this stuff lol. Thank you for your vids – I love them.

  2. The downside is that it makes you stink. I've used fenugreek sprouts in the past and others immediately noticed my unique b.o

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  4. very natural, pleasant diuretic, it helps with weight loss, great with eggs or spicy soup, you can use everything, water, seeds, sprouted, and also micro greens. Each stage is different but my favorite is sprouted one day when they just start to germinate they taste like iceberg lettuce. Smell like maple syrup but it does not taste like maple syrup the water is dark and taste bitter "I drink it like a tea".

  5. Hey guys! i watched this video went out and bought some fenugreek tea, while drinking a cup i decided to read the study that Dr. Greger cited for this video. turns out for the fenugreek supplement they used was torabolic http://uedata.amazon.com/MET-Rx-Torabolic-quik-creat-60-count/dp/B00AUDW9UG?ie=UTF8&dpID=51puUhL7xhL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160%2C160_

    this supplement contains creatine, which could be why the subjects found an increase in strength.
    there are alot of things wrong with the study he cited, wouldnt trust this one guys.

    Dr. Greger should know better

  6. Hi Dr. Greger. On Fenugreek, I saw some studies that said fenugreek prevents estrogen breakdown in women and promotes milk production. Would this negatively affect males? Can you please shed some light

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