Ginger Milk- The Latest Fat Burning Trend-Try and See The Results Immediately
You can drink ginger milk all day long. For complete body detoxification, it’s recommended to drink 1 liter a day for at least 6 months.
Also, it’s best to drink freshly prepared ginger milk. On the plus side, you can store it in a thermos and take it wherever you go.
Ginger is a plant that is used as a natural spice and has been used by Chinese herbalists for more than 2,500 years in flavoring foods and part of natural medicines.
One of ginger’s biggest “claims to fame” is its ability to quickly calm the digestive system to relieve distress and discomfort from gas pains and cramping. It also has been used to relieve nausea from motion sickness, morning sickness or the occasional “I just ate the wrong thing and it’s killing my stomach!”
Ginger has also been used in the treatment and prevention of inflammatory conditions like painful arthritis and it’s a wonderful cold and flu fighter.
So we know ginger is definitely a great food to keep the body super healthy, but does it have the ability to assist the body in burning fat? Yes, ginger root has been found to help accelerate the metabolism and assists in reducing stomach bloating by helping food digest properly.
For me, any food that will assist my digestion and keep my stomach feeling good is a food that is well worth adding to my meal plans. As most of the people don’t like the strong taste of ginger despite its great fat-burning capacity, that is the reason we recommend making ginger water and then mixing it with plant-based milk.
Strong anti-inflammatory effects
Ginger is a powerful anti-inflammatory which reduces inflammation as well as rheumatic and arthritic pain and joint swelling according to an article published in the Journal of Medicinal Food.
Ginger is a powerful antioxidant
Ginger is also a strong anti-oxidant owing to the compounds it contains. In other words, it can fight free radicals, which are known to harm healthy cells and cause cancer in time, and repair the body from the damage they cause.
Ginger prevents cancer
According to an article published in the British Journal of Nutrition, ginger milk is extremely beneficial for cancer prevention owing to its strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Ginger regulates the cholesterol levels
Last, but not least, ginger can significantly reduce cholesterol levels. Cholesterol, on the other hand, is associated with obesity, heart diseases and some types of cancers. What ginger milk does is lower cholesterol levels by reducing the hepatic cholesterol and the serum levels. Plus, ginger can efficiently thin the blood and lower high blood pressure.