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Whole-body Healing with Ginger

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One ingredient you should be adding to your diet – like now – is ginger.  There are so many health benefits you stand to gain from spicing up your diet with this plant.  In fact, it is one of the healthiest, chalked full of nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful medicinal benefits.  Here is just a glimpse of what ginger has to offer.

Digestive aid. If you looking to lose weight for a role, considering incorporating ginger into your daily diet.  It has been proven to help with digestion, reducing nausea and detoxifying the body.  Improving digestion will help eliminate water retention and bloat.  It has also been used to alleviate indigestion and is a safer, natural alternative to over-the-counter acid reducers.

Cold and flu killer. Ginger has long been used as an alternative medicine in many cultures around the world.  It can fend off and treat the common cold or flu-like symptoms.  So, if you have a big day coming up and are feeling a bit under the weather, sip on some ginger tea to strengthen your immune system.

Natural skin beautifier. This plant’s properties help shrink puffiness and improve redness.  It is a common can ingredient in serums and lotions meant to be applied around the eye area.  It can also be found in creams that tighten skin, making the area to which it’s applied firmer and more defined.  Its anti-inflammatory components help reduce redness and heal minor cuts and scrapes.  It can also improve the appearance of scars.

Post-workout pain management. Ginger has been used to alleviate muscle soreness.  It has been shown to be effective in reducing post-workout pain when applied to areas that need some extra TLC.  It has also been used to help with arthritis pain and other joint inflammation, including osteoarthritis, and menstrual cramps.

Blood sugar balancer. This powerful plant has been shown to reduce blood sugar levels and lower risk of heart disease.  Thus, it has anti-diabetic properties and can reduce the risk of developing Type II. 

Combater of high cholesterol.  Bad cholesterol has been associated with an increase risk of heart disease.  Ginger may naturally lower levels, keeping you heart-healthy in the long-run.

Anti-carcinogen and brain function optimizer. Ginger may help prevent cancer and has been used as an alternative treatment for several different strands.  It can also help ward off cognitive decline associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. 

With the many benefits that come with incorporating ginger here and there into the routine, it’s well worth the small adjustment!

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