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Ginger tea benefits and harms

Ginger tea is a delicious and healthy drink for weight loss. Free amino acids, vitamins and minerals included in it, have a beneficial effect on the body. For many years scientists have explored it and came to the conclusion: the

benefits and harms of ginger tea depends on the method of preparation, frequency of administration and the presence of chronic disease.

Pregnant women are recommended brewing green tea with a little ginger root in the morning sickness in the first trimester. However, the abuse of ginger can be dangerous to the fetus, since it contributes to liquefaction of the blood and the acceleration of metabolic processes in the body.

Ginger tea contraindications, unfortunately, also has. This disease of the gastrointestinal Continue reading

Green tea benefits and harms, caloric.

Calorie green tea

Green tea is considered in academic circles as one of foods that promote health and longevity, particularly because when processed, it undergoes minimal oxidation, keeping the bulk of the contained minerals, vitamins and other bioactive substances.

Calories: 100 g of product contains 0 calories.

Nutritional value:

proteins: 0,0 g;

fat: 0,0 g;

carbohydrates: 0,0 g

The benefits and harms of green tea

Information about the beneficial properties of green tea was known thousands of years ago. It was used as traditional medicine when it was necessary Continue reading

Green tea benefit or bred
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Ginger benefits and harms, what is useful and ginger tea from fresh ginger root
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What kind of tea to bring back from China
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