Ginger: as in Bread Yummy! Ginger is a root. Ginger is used as a spice. As the season winds down, the last foods of the Holiday feasting are lying around. Ginger is amazing: You may have pumpkin pie, gingerbread loaves, or cookies. Ginger flavored candy, lattes, or even a decorative gingerbread house.
Did you know there is even a folk tale of a gingerbread man? He runs, he escapes many things, and then finds his demise in the mouth of a fox! We all grew up on ginger.
Did you know? Ginger is also healthy and medicinal. Ginger has Antioxidants. Ginger can incorporate it into your weekly diet. Make ginger tea with lemon—grill asparagus with ginger. Add ginger to peaches, squash, Raman noodles, and drink ginger ale. Eat these as a routine, and you will be helping your immunity. Antioxidants are essential to our body’s ability to fight off illness.
Ginger helps with nausea and gas. It is effective on cramps due to menstruation and relieves arthritis pain. Make a tea, drink for any one of these issues. Ginger works exceptionally well when it is eaten with consistency. Find things you like and make them part of your routine. During the Holidays, ginger is easy to get into our system. This year, look to the future by enjoying it often. It can be as easy as a ginger snap! Bite into a cookie before a fox gets your portion! Just like in the story!