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The 22 Health Benefits of Ginger

  1. Ginger is not commonly used by the majority of the Dutch, although it does appear frequently in the cuisines of countries around the world. With so many healthy properties, it makes sense to start adding ginger to more dishes or to enjoy a glass of ginger tea daily. It is very easy to make ginger tea, just add boiling water to ginger root slices. Adding lemon makes the tea even more delicious and your body can make even better use of the nutrients in the ginger.

  2. Ginger is not commonly used by the majority of the Dutch, although it does appear frequently in the cuisines of countries around the world. With so many health benefits, it makes sense to start adding ginger to more dishes or to enjoy a glass of ginger tea daily. It is very easy to make ginger tea, just add boiling water to ginger root slices. Adding lemon makes the tea even more delicious and your body can make even better use of the nutrients in the ginger.

  1. Today I'm going to talk about the many health benefits of ginger. Below I have listed no fewer than 22 advantages for you!

Prevention of health complaints

  1. 1. Fight Cancer - There are certain cancers that ginger has been shown to help treat, including ovarian cancer. Research has shown that ginger can literally destroy ovarian cancer cells. Even more promising, the cells eventually kill and attack themselves. This is good news for people who already have cancer, and reason enough to start adding some more ginger to your diet, regardless of whether you have cancer or not.

  2. 1. Fight Cancer - There are certain cancers that ginger has been shown to help treat, including ovarian cancer. Research has shown that ginger can literally destroy ovarian cancer cells. Even more promising, the cells eventually kill and attack themselves. This is good news for people who already have cancer, and reason enough to start adding a little more ginger to your diet, regardless of whether you have cancer or not.

  1. 2. Ginger Helps With Irritable Bowel Syndrome - People suffering from this condition can enjoy symptom relief when they consume more ginger. What's interesting about this is that it doesn't seem to matter how you consume the ginger, whether that's by using more ginger root in dishes, taking ginger supplements, or drinking ginger tea, they all seem to have a calming effect on the intestines and digestion.

  1. 3. Protects Against Alzheimer's - If Alzheimer's runs in your family, or you're just worried that you might ever have to live with this debilitating disease, consider consuming a little more ginger. Research has shown that ginger slows the loss of brain cells, which is a typical precursor to Alzheimer's. By protecting and preserving these cells, you have the chance of a higher number of years with good health and alertness.

Ginger and weight loss

  1. 4. Stimulates Appetite - If you have slow digestion and feel your digestion deserves a head start for a big meal, ginger can help. You may not be producing enough stomach acid, and ginger can act as an appetite stimulant, producing more digestive juices and helping you digest your meal better. Incomplete digestion of food causes fermentation in your digestive tract, and can contribute to weight gain.

  2. 4. Stimulates Appetite - If you have slow digestion and feel your digestive system deserves a head start for a big meal, ginger can help. You may not be producing enough stomach acid, and ginger can act as an appetite stimulant, producing more digestive juices and helping you digest your meal better. Incomplete digestion of food causes fermentation in your digestive tract, and can contribute to weight gain.

  1. 5. Helps With Weight Loss - Losing weight is one of the most positive things you can do for your overall health, and ginger can play an important role in this process. The reason is that it acts as a fat burner, ginger in particular helps your body to use the fat reserves and not just lose moisture. Another factor that helps burn the pounds is that ginger makes you feel full, which means you will eat less and stay longer, ultimately leading to a lower calorie intake.

  1. 6. Relieves tired muscles - Ginger works best for the kind of muscle fatigue you experience after visiting your gym. This means that your muscles recover better and you can do cardio and strength training more quickly. It also means that you have less pain and can therefore be more active in the days after your workout, instead of sitting on the couch with pain. Increased muscle mass also equates to general natural weight loss because you burn calories 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  2. 6. Relieves tired muscles - Ginger works best for the kind of muscle fatigue you experience after visiting your gym. This means that your muscles recover better and you can do cardio and strength training more quickly. It also means that you have less pain and can therefore be more active in the days after your workout, instead of sitting on the couch with pain. Increased muscle mass also equals general natural weight loss because you burn calories 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  1. 7. Helps Manage Blood Sugar - Research from Australia suggests ginger may help control blood sugar. This is important because these levels have a direct impact on weight loss and weight gain, as well as how energized or lethargic you feel during the day. If you have noticed that you always have a dip around noon (or after a big meal!), It is probably due to your blood sugar. By adding ginger to your meal, you can ensure that there are no excessive peaks and that your blood sugar level remains stable for longer. That's a much better alternative than a cup-a-soup at 4 am!

  2. 7. Helps Manage Blood Sugar - Research from Australia suggests ginger may help control blood sugar. This is important because these levels have a direct impact on weight loss and weight gain, as well as how energized or lethargic you feel during the day. If you've noticed that you always have a slump around noon (or after a big meal!), It's probably due to your blood sugar. By adding ginger to your meal, you can ensure that there are no excessively high peaks and that your blood sugar level remains stable for longer. That's a much better alternative than a cup-a-soup at 4 am!

  1. 8. Helps the body absorb nutrients - When trying to lose weight, getting the right nutrients is essential. But if your body is overweight and not used to getting the nutrients it needs, your body may have forgotten how to best absorb the required vitamins. Ginger improves your body's ability to absorb nutrients and improves your overall health.

Health and general well-being

  1. 9. Helps against morning sickness - Pregnant women should opt for ginger root and ginger tea instead of medication when they suffer from morning sickness attacks. Ginger acts as a sedative and has proven itself in several clinical trials compared to a placebo. It's always nice when an all-natural remedy is backed by scientific research. It's like science is finally finding out that natural herbs and foods are of great value.

  1. 10. Reduces Inflammation Causing Arthritis - Ginger's anti-inflammatory properties make ginger ideal for treating diseases caused by inflammation. One of these diseases is arthritis, which affects thousands of Dutch people and it is increasing every day, mainly due to the aging population. Ginger also has an air analgesic effect, making it a good alternative for people who do not want to take pills.

  1. 11. Relieves Inflamed Airways - If you have asthma, you have probably searched the internet several times to find remedies that can help you breathe again without having to keep taking medicines. Ginger has been proven effective for opening airways by reducing inflammation and the pain that can accompany it. This alone is unlikely to fully control your asthma, but it is certainly recommended as part of a comprehensive approach.

  1. 12. Improves blood circulation - Ginger improves blood flow, giving you more energy. This is especially good if you feel fatigued more often. Ginger is also great during the winter months as it warms you up from the inside out. It also opens your pores, making your overall circulation more effective.

Minor health ailments

  1. 13. Cures frostbite - Useful to remember if you ever experience frostbite. In that case, you can drink ginger tea during the recovery process to speed up healing. Ginger will help improve your circulation, allowing your affected body parts to recover more quickly. Plus, you don't have to just drink ginger tea all day to achieve this result. One cup a day is enough.

  1. 14. Helps with motion sickness - Ginger has long been used as a natural remedy for motion sickness. It is most effective when used as a prevention of motion sickness, for example by continuing to drink small sips of ginger tea during the journey. In fact, it's so effective that studies have shown that ginger fares better than drugs. Ginger frees you from all the accompanying symptoms of motion sickness, so you don't have to worry about dizziness, nausea, cold sweats, or worse, throwing up from the window of a moving car ...

  1. 15. Ginger counteracts heartburn - If you often suffer from heartburn, after a meal, for example, ginger tea is the ideal solution. The excess stomach acid that causes the condition is neutralized, as it were, by ginger. And ginger is of course much cheaper and healthier than medicines you can get for heartburn. Another added benefit is that there are no side effects and ginger can be used for a long time.

  1. 16. Relieves bloating - Bloating can sometimes be very painful. If you are looking for a natural way to relieve pain and pressure, ginger is ideal. For example, drink a glass of ginger tea before going to sleep and after getting up. Ginger speeds up digestion, flushing out the causative agent more quickly, neutralizing the problem.

  1. 17. Provides Pain Relief - No matter what kind of pain you have, ginger can act as a natural pain reliever. It is interesting to consider that a root growing in nature can actually affect how much pain you experience. Ginger acts on a hormonal level, and its anti-inflammatory properties accelerate the healing process. Have a cup of ginger tea in the morning and then evaluate if you have less pain during the day.

  1. 18. Keeps Your Sinuses Clear - If you're looking for a way to clear your sinuses, ginger is the best choice here too. There is an active ingredient in ginger that has been shown to clear the sinuses, allowing you to breathe freely again. To avoid the side effects of normal medicines, opt for a cup of ginger tea.

  1. 19. Provides Fresh Breath - Unlike other foods like garlic, ginger can actually help make your breath smell fresher. Eating ginger at the end of your meal will make your mouth feel fresh. You can of course also drink ginger as a tea. It's a great way to neutralize a bad taste in your mouth, like the dreaded "coffee breath" after drinking coffee.

A powerful herb

  1. 20. Increases Sexual Desire - With improved circulatory function, it's no wonder ginger has been used as an aphrodisiac for thousands of years. It didn't take long for people to make the connection between ginger consumption and greater sex drive. In addition, ginger is aphrodisiac for both men and women.

  1. 21. Boosts the Immune System - For this reason alone, everyone should consider taking ginger. An improved immune system can mean that you get sick less often, that you recover faster when you are sick, and that you are less susceptible to being infected by others. Studies clearly show the benefits of ginger for your immune system, so here too a natural remedy is backed by science again.

  1. 22. Protects Against Nuclear Radiation - Hopefully nothing to worry about for the foreseeable future, but still good to know in case World War III breaks out. However, people living in the Fukushima disaster area would certainly benefit from consuming more ginger. However, to enjoy all the benefits, you must consume ginger daily.

Finally ...

  1. Hopefully through this article you have seen the powerful effect ginger can have on almost every aspect of your health. It doesn't matter how you consume the root, whether you simply use ginger root in your meals, prefer a ginger tea, or take it as a capsule, all forms of ginger provide these benefits. Ideally, make sure to consume organic ginger, as regular ginger is full of pesticides and other toxins.

  1. Studies Show Ginger May Be Stronger Than Chemo At Fighting Cancer Cells



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