Drinking Ginger tea is another healthy eating idea. Here is a recipe.
Steep peeled fresh ginger in boiling water. This usually takes just a few minutes. You can let it steep slowly or let the water reach the boiling point. The aroma while it steeps is very calming and inviting.
Pour the brewed tea into your favorite cup.
Add honey (or your favorite sweetener, or just drink it plain)
You’ll enjoy this spicy tasty tea. You’ll want to sip it slowly to start, it warms gently and kindly when sipped. It has a bit of a kick depending on how long you steep it. The effect is it calms and soothes the stomach. I hope you like this.
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One of my top healthy eating ideas each day is to add ginger in meals throughout the day. Just how does ginger work? Ginger works as an anti-inflammatory agent blocking prostagladins – the chemical messengers that cause a slight swelling in the brain. If you have a headache you’ll be pleased to find that ginger tea reduces inflammation in about the same amount of time as an aspirin. Drink a cup at the onset of your headache to stop pain in its tracks. Ginger also helps to keep the stomach calm and appears to have an overall calming effect. With these benefits it will stay among my healthy eating ideas.
Packed with antioxidants
Ginger is packed with antioxidants; it has a whole range of health benefits and is perfect during the winter months. Ginger is a perfect addition when you have a cold cough, or even flu symptoms. Ginger helps to stall the onset or even helps when recovering from a cold. These reasons also makes keeping ginger in your diet as one of the healthy eating ideas.
Ginger and Food
Ginger goes very well with many different types of seafood, oranges, melon, pork, pumpkin and apples. And I love ginger chicken, so add it from time to time. When buying fresh ginger, look for a root with smooth, taut skin, it should have no wrinkles and has a spicy aroma.
A cup of hot water with thinly sliced or chopped ginger is an excellent way to stimulate digestion. Add a slice of lemon to make it even better.
Ginger contains a potent antioxidant, gingerol, this helps to cleanse the harmful chemicals our bodies produce when we are worried, and so ginger can help with psychological stress too.
Ginger tea is also great if you’re feeling a bit moody. It can help to give you a lift and change the pace of the day and even push away negative feelings. I find ginger tea or ginger in tea just an excellent to start each morning.
This short list of foods should leave you feeling light and help your digestive system run smoothly.
Pears are a great source of fiber, which helps to soften and add weight to stool, moving it through the digestive tract. Pears also contain sorbitol, a sugar that attracts water into the intestines, further softening your stool.
Yogurt helps digestion, improves the immune system and fights off bacterial infections. Within our stomach lining is a healthy bacteria known as probiotics. Yogurt is an excellent and delicious external probiotics source that aid in digestion and helps in keeping you regular. This is great for anytime of the day. I’ve been known to eat it a few times a day.
Ginger is part of the carminatives family; a group of herbs that helps to soothe the digestive track. It can aid digestion as well as relieve upset stomach, nausea and vomiting. I can’t say enough good things about ginger. Other herbs in the carminative family include cinnamon, sage and thyme.
These should keep your stomach healthy and your appetite satisfied. When these are added regularly there should be few problems. And they taste good. Ginger tea is a great addition to the diet as well.
Some just accept a sensitive stomach as par for the course. But on my site you will see there really are some simple solutions to this problem. Sometimes it’s just a matter of changing up what and when or how much we eat. I hope you’ll find a solution to your food sensitivities here. Please drop me a note below.
Having a sensitive stomach simply means we need to be considerate of our stomachs ability and work with it. The friendly bacteria in our guts help to digest foods that our bodies have trouble breaking down. These friendly bacteria also produce gas. This is usually as they digest food in the large intestines. Sometimes this leads to an upset stomach or pain after a meal.
Listed here are some foods likely to cause this problem:
•Asparagus, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, and other vegetables
•Beans and lentils
•Lactose, the natural sugar found in milk
•Corn, pasta, potatoes, and other foods rich in starch
•Fruits, oat bran, peas, and other foods high in soluble fiber, which gets digested in your large intestine
•Whole grains, such as brown rice, oatmeal, and whole wheat
•Fructose, a natural sugar found in artichokes, onions, pears, wheat, and some soft drinks
•Sorbitol, the artificial sweetener
Yes, these are all healthy foods, but don’t let that confuse you. Just choose what works for you. Most likely you don’t have to severely restrict your diet. It may be that only a few of these cause you problems. And remember that some people have problems digesting milk or milk products. But others do not. Also keep in mind that food sensitivities may also change over time.
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