Oddly enough, one of the most useful spices – ginger, in our country not too popular. Probably, it so happened that not many people are aware of the useful properties of ginger. In Sanskrit, ginger, or visvabharati”, means “universal medicine”. Even in the first century ad, described the warming effect of ginger, digestive benefits and even mentioned ginger as an antidote.
As a spice, ginger is used to cook almost all meals, teas and even is used in pure form, “together”, including with lemon and salt. Usually on sale you can find fresh and dry (powdered) ginger. Fresh ginger is the most fragrant, and dry ginger is more pungent. To prepare fresh ginger for use,
since it is necessary to scrape off the skin and grate.
Spicy taste, ginger root belongs Continue reading
Diet ginger tea is very popular among women of different age groups. And it is not surprising, because in addition to losing weight, this technique contributes to the overall improvement of the body. Increasing metabolic process and helping burning extra pounds, ginger tea boosts the immune system and activates the body’s defenses during the exacerbation of acute respiratory diseases.
Ginger diet: fast facts
The diet: ginger tea, about 2 liters a day.
Type of diet: a balanced.
Duration: 1-2 months.
Weight loss: 1-2 pounds per week.
Costs: one of the cheapest ways of losing weight.
Limitations: moderate consumption of fatty and sweet.
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Even Buddhist monks in ancient times it was recognized healing properties of green tea and used it as a medicine.
In these days’s attention to the useful qualities of the tea plant became manifest after Japan’s first international Symposium on the study of tea, held in August 1991 in Shizuoka Prefecture. Scientists have confirmed that green tea has anti-cancer and antibacterial properties and also helps to slow down the aging process.
The main feature of green tea is a significant content of vitamins A, C and E. Vitamin C it contains 3-4 times more than spinach, vitamin A is about 10
times more than carrots (content per 100g). Besides, when you consider that vitamin C does not lose its properties Continue reading