gingembre and hearthby saggara o. saga Ginger has anticoagulant properties and is a platelet antiaggregant, which helps maintain a good blood circulation, "said Dr. Odile Morant, Phytotherapist, these benefits were highlighted by US researchers in 2000 (5). according to an animal study in 2006, adding ginger to the diet would lower cholesterol levels (4).
How to use it: we put it on the menu regularly! "Combined with garlic and onion, it's even better for maintaining heart health," advises the specialist. It can also be eaten sweet, in pastries and confectionery.
To note: if the taste displeases you, the ginger powder is available in the form of capsules, in pharmacy. The dosage is usually 250mg to 1g, three times a day, until the symptoms improve. If in doubt, ask a pharmacist for advice.
Caution: If you are already on treatment for your heart health, do not take ginger without medical advice. The plant can potentiate its effects. Never exceed 2g of dried ginger per day, in divided doses, which equals 10g of fresh ginger.
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