Pickled Ginger Recipe To Fight Arthritis, High Cholesterol and Lose Weight
We have talked a lot about it on our channel, and even have a video with the many benefits that ginger offers to our body.
Besides that, the ingredient also appears in a lot of the recipes on our channel, be it in a weight-loss recipe, pain treatment, etc.
Ginger is a potent natural anti-inflammatory and can be used to treat and prevent many diseases that bother us and can even reduce our life quality.
Very used in the Orient, ginger is rich in proteins, vitamins C, B3, and B6, calcium, iron, selenium, and zinc. In Asia, it is used to treat nausea, headaches, colds, flus, diarrhea, and stomachaches.
Besides that, ginger also reduces hunger, burns localized fat, and is a great natural digestive, good for detoxifying the body.
Its use is more popular in the Japanese culinary, as pickled ginger.
But, if you don't like sushi and sashimi, you can try making your own pickled ginger at home.
Using fresh ginger will result in a more tasty and healthy pickle.
You can use it in salads, sandwiches, or serve it as an appetizer.
To use this pickle to treat rheumatic pains or health issues, such as arthritis, to reduce cholesterol or boost your immune system, consume a dessert spoon of it per day.
However, once made, this pickle can’t be cooked.
If you have high blood pressure, hypothyroidism or gastric sensitivity, avoid eating pickled ginger.
Remember that pregnant women, nursing mothers, and young children must also avoid consuming it.
If you feel any discomfort after eating ginger, avoid consuming it.
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