Health Benefits Of Ginger
How May Ginger Be Helpful To The Body?
1. May help settle the stomach and reduce nausea.
2. May help reduce muscle pain and soreness.
3. Ginger is a powerful antioxidant that may help reduce stress-related damage to the body and cells.
4. Ginger may help support the immune system by activating white blood cells called "T-cells" which play a large role in adaptive immunity. T-cells seek out and attack invading pathogens to keep the body functioning properly.
5. Ginger may help reduce blood sugar by inhibiting hepatic phosphorylase, an enzyme responsible for glycogen break-down. Blood sugar levels rise when glycogen breaks down, so inhibiting this enzyme may help with the rise of sugar levels.
6. Gingerol possesses strong anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Why Ginger Time?
Ginger Time contains 1000mg of organic ginger - the same amount used in clinical trials. But having a clinically-effective dose isn't enough. It's got to taste good, right? That's why we blend organic ginger juice with organic honey, organic lemon juice, natural citrus flavors, and a tiny amount of organic sugar. Ginger Time is a delicious and convenient way to incorporate ginger into your daily life. Keep it in your purse, store it in your drawer or cupboard, or take it on a plane. With no refrigeration necessary, Ginger Time is there whenever you need it!
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