One of my "must haves" in the house is my fresh Ginger. Keeping it in the freezer makes is so much easier to grate when I need it for whatever I am making. It also keeps it much longer this way. Just peel the skin off the ginger and use a microplane to grate what you need.
Not only is Ginger good for helping to ease colds and flu symptoms, it is great for nausea, motion sickness and morning sickness. Helps relieve muscle aches and pains, helps poor circulation and arthritic pain. Ginger is an amazing source of nutrients and essential vitamins, along with being a great source of minerals, such as potassium, magnesium and copper.
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Ginger is known to contain all of the following:
3) Dietary Fiber
11) Vitamin C, E and B6
Adding Ginger to rice with some fresh garlic and fresh cilantro is a super easy and quick meal, squeeze some lime ontop.
Spoonful of ground flax seed
1/2 cup Almond Milk (0 sugar)
Fresh grated Ginger
You can make this to your liking, the serving size I did was enough for one full glass. The 0 sugar almond milk is key, the ingredients in the smoothie make this sweet enough and of course has natural sugar in it. Enjoy :)