The ginger tea is a great remedy to help you lose weight because it is very effective to purify the body.
Indeed ginger allows the elimination of waste and toxins that are present in the circulation of our body and in doing so allows you to lose weight by bringing down the scales.
We discover how to use it in tiasana and what are its effects on.
Ginger herbal tea for weight loss
Ginger is also known as “hot spice” for its spicy flavor and for its exceptional ability to stimulate metabolism. When your metabolism automatically accelerates, weight decreases and this happens thanks to a constant use of ginger in the diet; weight reduction occurs gradually and then it is easier to keep in time.
In slimming diets ginger is used both as tea that grated on the dishes or eaten as a snack during the day always to stimulate the metabolism and decrease the feeling of hunger. The preparation of the ginger root teas, often accompanied by cinnamon, allows you to extract the active ingredients that can burn excess fat accumulated over time; the herbal tea made with ginger root is definitely the best natural remedy for weight loss in a healthy way, without taking medication
How to prepare the tea
The ginger tea is very easy to prepare and it requires to bring 200 ml of boiling water and then add 3 slices of ginger root leave then rest for 10 minutes. Then filter the drink and drink with lemon or adding honey to taste.
The ginger tea is excellent drink after the evening meal to aid digestion and to lose weight by burning excess fat overnight. This tea with antiseptic properties will manage to restore intestinal balance and also allow you to give tone to the whole organism.
Drinking ginger tea during the day instead of any other drink is a good habit because it will be able to limit the urge to eat after hours and will increase the sense of satiety during meals.
All Ginger propertiesGinger is a herbaceous plant of eastern origin whose scientific name is zinziber officinale. From its rhizome similar to an underground root born air drums from which emerge very long leaves, alternate and lanceolate.
Since ancient times in the East, ginger is known for the use of its root for medicinal and food purposes. Considered an aromatic plant because of its wealth of active ingredients is also a spice in effect for its strong appreciated spicy flavor to enhance recipes both sweet and savory.
In Italy ginger it is little known and was traditionally used only for the recipes of Christmas gingerbread cookies or at most in the form of candy in some other dessert recipe.
Instead ginger is an excellent remedy that with its many properties is able to make life better in a natural way without the use of drugs; it contains many antioxidants that fight free radicals and thus it supports the slowing down of cellular aging process, has a strong anti-inflammatory properties and helps to gastointestinale disorders aiding digestion, calming nausea and vomiting, relieving discomfort due to airsickness and cars and even soothing the stomach cramps. Even stomach acid is diminished considerably thanks to the remedies Ginger.
Ginger is also rich in many vitamins such as B group and many minerals such as iron, calcium, phosphorus and potassium.
It is therefore useful not only to lose weight but also as an expectorant, antibacterial, flu and even an effective natural antibiotic: ginger root is useful for combating fact seasonal illnesses such as colds, fever, flu, cough and sore throat.
The essential oil of ginger is used to soothe muscle or joint pain due to its strong anti-inflammatory activity. Even for athletes ginger is therefore recommended as a natural remedy first aid in case of fatigue, bruises or sprains.
The use of ginger as a natural painkiller was also confirmed by a scientific study that compared the pain medication; the result has led to the declaration that ginger is effective and does not produce the severe side effects of chemical drugs, such as ibuprofen and cortisone. Also ginger can also give other benefits to the body being a natural plant complex.
Where to find ginger Ginger is commercially available both fresh and dried and we can buy in the form of whole roots, pieces or powder. It is usually sold in stores of organic food, natural supplements such as health food stores, but also is increasingly being sold in supermarkets or shops of their own fruit and vegetables for growing demand as a natural remedy and aromatic spice for culinary use.