5 Benefits of Ginger

Ginger is a spice that is also known as Zingiber officinale, it comes from rhizomes in the plant. Ginger can be used for many things like pain relief, treatment for degenerative health disorders, and can help with antioxidant and inflammatory effects.

1. Relieves Muscle Pain and Soreness

Ginger has the ability to reduce inflammation because it contains 1-Dehyrdo-(10)-gingerdione. Just like Aspirin and Advil ginger blocks COX enzymes, and the production of inflammatory chemicals called leukotrienes and prostaglandins. Adding ginger to your daily diet can can help treat muscle pain and arthritis.

2. Helps with Digestion

Ginger helps to stimulate the break down of food, which promotes motility in the gastronintestinal tract. It helps to take food out of the intenstines. It contains prebiotics that is part of a plant-based fiber that causes good bacteria to go in your digestive tract. It can also help prevent health problems like dyspepsia, a common condition of impaired digestion. The symptoms include pain, heartburn, and fullness.

3. Regulates Blood Sugar

High blood sugar can lead to serious problems like nerve damage and impaired wound healing. Researchers from Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences in Iran, studied 88 people with type 2 diabetes. The group of people had type 2 diabetes for around 10 years. They incorporated ginger capsules with her normal diabetic medicine everyday. In just 8 weeks they saw a decrease in blood sugar.

4. Helps Prevent Cancer

-6-gingerol is found in large amounts of ginger, which is an anti-cancer property. Ginger can help liver cancer by inhibiting inflammation, protect liver from carcinogenic agents, and suppress metastasis.

5.Help Treat Morning Sickness and Nausea

Ginger is a natural remedy that has been used for decades to help with nausea. One review looked at 1,278 pregnant women, and concluded that 1.1-1.5 grams of ginger can significantly reduce nausea. Another study from the University of Rochester Medical Center showed it helped reduce severe nausea in patients going through chemo.

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