Ginger tea has magical properties, helping to lose weight and remove toxins from the body, cure a cold and an upset stomach.
What explains the “fat burning” abilities ginger?
According to the Tibetan view, the ginger is the product of hot, warm, stimulate blood circulation, accelerate
metabolism, which leads to weight loss.
In addition, ginger is rich in essential oils that stimulate active blood circulation and improve metabolism in the body. But one more important reason of the use of ginger tea, especially for the fair sex, “magic” root preserves the beauty and youthfulness of the skin of the face and body.
The most effective recipes based on fresh ginger root:
Recipe 1. Thermos, fill with boiled water and add the thinly sliced ginger. This tea should be drunk throughout the day. If you follow a diet, drinking ginger tea can at any time, but if you do not adhere to the diet for some time before eating.
Recipe 2. Ginger root cut into small petals Continue reading
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
Today, chocolate is still more eating than drinking. Although three hundred years ago the English aristocrats, people are young hot drink in “chocolate houses”, would consider the idea that “chocolatl”
ever will sell in packs of foil, ridiculous.
Only in 1819, Swiss Francois Louis Cailler produced the
first chocolate bar by pressing cocoa powder. After that, a favorite treat was actually “mobile”, and they began to enjoy where I want when I want without much effort. However, a Cup of hot chocolate as it was, still is and remains the epitome of comfort.
Its origin chocolate obliged most ancient civilizations of the Olmec, born three and a half thousand years ago in South America. Disappeared, the Olmecs left us very familiar with the word cacao ( kah kow ), which they called the trees, Continue reading