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Ginger has been used for centuries as a herbal medicine and flavor enhancer as a spice in food. Relief from pain, nausea and vomiting appear to be benefits of including ginger in the diet. Of the more than 100 bioactive compounds present in ginger, gingerol is responsible for the burning of fresh ginger.

Ginger has positive results in alleviating the side effects of chemotherapy and postoperative treatments (nausea and vomiting) and in typical heartburn during pregnancy. It also has a positive effect on digestion and antitumor in the risk of developing colon and rectal cancer.

The root also has many other medicinal properties, being used in the composition of numerous medicines. It mainly helps with colds, colds, coughs and even hangovers. Moderate improvement in waist/hip ratio, fat mass and waist circumference indicate the contribution of ginger to obesity.

In addition to these benefits, ginger helps to improve menstrual pain and headaches. Patients with arthritis-related illnesses have seen inflammatory markers improve. It has anti-diabetic effects, as it decreases fasting and cardiac glycemia such as the reduction of triglycerides and LDL cholesterol.

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