I love fresh ginger, especially in desserts, since it seems to compliment – and contrast – other flavors so nicely. It’s especially welcome with things that tend to be sweet, like tropical fruits, white chocolate and peaches all come to mind. Some people grate, roll it into a tube, then freeze it for later, and they can just break off a portion easily when they need it. Anyway, today I am going to present you the easiest way to lose 20 pounds for only 3 weeks.
Ginger root is a rhizome (collection of roots) found around the world. It’s used traditionally in different countries—like ginger wine that’s produced in the United Kingdom, China’s common use of pairing sliced or whole ginger root with savory dishes like fish, and Jamaica’s regional specialty called Jamaican ginger cake. There are so many delicious recipes and unique uses for ginger, and it comes in a few recognizable forms. Ground ginger is more commonly used in recipes like ginger cookies and cakes. Fresh ginger, which comes in surprisingly fun-shaped pieces, is used for things like candied ginger, ginger syrup and tea. Fresh ginger can be substituted for ground ginger at a ratio of 6 to 1. A few of the most prominent nutrients in ginger include amino acids, calcium, essential fatty acids, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, zinc, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 and C. Ground ginger also contains Vitamin A. There are so many ways to take advantage of this spice, especially if you’re a fan of the flavor. But, if you’re like me, and the taste of fresh ginger isn’t really your favorite, ginger supplements are available so you don’t miss out on all of the advantages.
Ginger syrup diet recipe
- 400 g ginger
- 1 lemon
- 3-4 tablespoons of natural honey
How to prepare it
First of all you need to wash the root of ginger very good, and then using teaspoon gently peel the ginger. Wash the lemon, treat it with baking soda to clean the rind and cut into pieces. All the ingredients put into a blender and blend until you get smooth mixture.
How to use it
Eat one teaspoon of this mixture, 2-3 times a day 30 minutes before meals. It is recommended to drink at least 2 liters of water throughout the day.
Why is this syrup good for?
- Good antioxidant;
- Good fight cancer, diabetes, bacterial and fungal infections and fatty liver;
- It speeds up the metabolism and encourages the elimination of excess weight;
- Syrup Ginger has antibacterial and antiviral activity;
- Effective against inflammation;
- Good remedy for sore joints, muscles, menstrual migraines and headaches;
Benefits of using ginger syrup
- Protects the liver and stomach
- Reduces joint and muscle pain, both internally and topically
- The spicy components activate the flow of saliva and the production of digestive juices
- Fights inflammation, circulatory problems, arthritis and fever
- Useful for bowel disorders, gas relief, sensitive digestive tracts and cleansing the colon
- Relieves heartburn
- Effective antimicrobial agent for sores and wounds
- Stimulates the heart and circulatory systems
- Holds aphrodisiac properties
I’d love to hear from you about other ways you use it!