More famous for their spicy flavour than their unique healing properties, these mighty little seeds inhibit the growth of gastrointestinal cancer and provide a source of selenium (which tackles arthritis and asthma) and magnesium (which lowers high blood pressure and protects your heart). Convinced? Try sprinkling some in a stir-fry or make your own mustard paste by adding the seeds to white wine or vinegar. Grind them into a paste, flavour with turmeric, paprika or other spices, and you’ll be as keen as Coleman’s.

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