If youâre rooting for a healthier you, consider adding ginger to your diet. Here are the top ten health benefits of ginger.
Better Digestion - Ginger helps speed up the digestion process and empty your stomach more quickly.
Improves Immunity - Gingerol, the bioactive compound found in raw ginger, boosts immunity with its antimicrobial and antifungal properties.
Ginger also contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.
Alleviates PMS Symptoms - Using ginger during the first three days of your menstrual cycle helps with pain relief, and the anti-inflammatory properties relieve the bloat that is common with PMS
Relieves Nausea and Upset Stomach - Whether itâs from motion sickness, migraines, morning sickness, or general stomach problems, ginger helps calm an upset stomach.
May Help With Cancer - When youâre undergoing chemotherapy, adding ginger into your diet helps combat the treatmentâs side effects of nausea or dizziness.
Reduces Pain - Ginger is a natural pain reliever. This makes it an excellent substitute for over-the-counter pain medications
Healthier Skin - Ginger improves the health of your skin with antioxidants, increased blood circulation, and antiseptic properties.
Weight Loss Aid - Ginger helps with weight loss by giving your metabolism a boost and creating a feeling of fullness to prevent overeating.
Prevents Cardiovascular Disease - ginger prevents heart disease by lowering blood pressure and cholesterol.
The build-up of cholesterol can clog arteries and increase the risk of heart problems.
Improves Brain Function - It also improves memory function by increasing the neurotransmitters in our brain responsible for memory, focus, and reaction time.
Ginger even releases dopamine and serotonin to help fight mental illnesses like depression and anxiety
How to Incorporate Mama Earthâs Ginger into Your Diet
To make ginger tea, add a teaspoon of ginger powder to boiled water and add the flavor of your choice.
Spice Up Your Foods
Add Mama Earthâs ginger to meals to reap the benefits and add extra flavor. Ginger works well in stir-fries, soups, and curries. You can even add ginger to desserts or smoothies.
A daily shot of a smoothie with ginger is one of the most convenient ways to consume ginger.