Weight Loss And Other Benefits Of Ginger Root

Weight Loss And Other Benefits Of Ginger Root

Weight Loss And Other Benefits Of Ginger Root

 

What is Ginger?

Ginger has been used for many years as an alternative medicine. The underground part of the stem; the Ginger Root is what the spice is made from.

Ginger has been known to help digestion, nausea, even the flu and the common cold. Ginger is sometimes add to processed foods. It can be used fresh, powdered, dried, as juice or as an oil.

The flavour of Ginger come from it’s natural oils Gingerol. Gingerol is the main bio-active compound in Ginger and is what gives us most of the medicinal properties.

Uses For Ginger

Morning Sickness: If you are pregnant, talk to your Doctor before taking large amounts of Ginger. While it is very effective for relieving morning sickness, some believe that taking large amounts can raise the risk of miscarriages.

Migraine Headaches: Drinking 2 tbsp of Ginger juice with honey, can help relieve migraines.

Toothaches: Keep a small piece of Ginger between your cheek and tooth. The Ginger juice should help get rid of the tooth pain.

Back Pain Reliever: Ginger can be a very good pain reliever. Mix a spoonful of Ginger juice  with Olive oil and massage over your skin and back. Leave on until morning and your back pain should be gone.

Weight Loss: Ginger helps with weight loss. It improves the digestive functions, but also has a thermogenic effect that activates the metabolism, making it a fat and calorie burner. Combine Lemon and Ginger together and you have one powerful fat burner.

Lemon alone is full of Vitamin C which makes it a very effective antioxidant, it promotes waste elimination and detoxifies the body. Start trying to incorporate Ginger and Lemon into your recipes and watch the weight start falling off.

Some Recipe Ideas

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Lemon & Ginger Tea: Steep a small slice of Ginger for about 5 minutes in 1 cup of boiling water (keep covered). Add the juice from 1 Lemon and drink. This should be drank everyday before breakfast.

Ginger Lemonade: Prepare Lemonade as you normally would, except DO NOT USE refined sugar for sweetening. Add 1 tsp grated Ginger. Drink before breakfast.

Lemon Ginger Salad Dressing: Peel a handful of Ginger and mix together with the juice of 1 Lemon. Add to your favourite salad.

 

Other Benefits

Ginger and Lemon combined also helps purifying your body and strengthen the immune system.

Drink fresh Ginger juice 2x a day. The chemical compounds can overall help lower blood cholesterol. Always check with your Doctor first.

Help clear skin blemishes by applying a small amount of Ginger Juice on the affected area for about 5 minutes. Rinse with cold water and let dry.

 

Some Recipe Suggestions

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Summer Vegetable Stir-Fry With Ginger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teriyaki Shrimp With Ginger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ginger Spritzer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Carrot Cake with Ginger Cream Cheese Frosting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do You Have Any Other Ginger Health Benefits Or Recipes To Share?

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Skinny Health


References for this article:

www.medicalnewstoday.com

www.steptohealth.com

www.healthline.com

www.buzzfeed.com

www.foodnetwork.com


 

 

 

 



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