Do not use ginger if you have any of these conditions!
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Ginger is one of the brightest things you will ever use, and even science confirms it. It is efficient in the treatment of numerous digestive disorders, offers tons of excellent enzymes and cleanses the body.
However, ginger is not always good for you. Some people should avoid it at any cost.
Ginger is not recommended for the following groups of people:
Ginger is full of fiber and balances pH balances in the stomach. It stimulates the secretion of digestive enzymes and promotes the fat burning process. This can cause loss of appetite, weight, muscle mass and hair. It is likely that women deal with irregular menstrual cycles.
Ginger improves blood circulation and is recommended for those who treat obesity, diabetes, peripheral artery disease or Raynaud's disease.
But, patients diagnosed with hemophilia should stay away from it. Hemophilia is a condition in which blood can not clot. Ginger will only make the problem worse, as it neutralizes the effect of prescription drugs for this condition.
Ginger stimulants improve digestion and strengthen muscles. But, ginger is not recommended to pregnant women, as it can cause uterine contractions and premature birth.
Although some use it to relieve morning sickness, pregnant women should avoid it, especially if they are in the third trimester of their pregnancy.
Ginger also affects the absorption of iron and fat-soluble vitamins.
Do not use ginger if you are taking prescription medications for diabetes or hypertension. Ginger alters the effect of insulin, beta-blockers and anticoagulants. It is a natural anticoagulant, and scientists have discovered that it also reduces blood pressure.
Do you need an alternative? Use sweet peppers, red paprika or cayenne pepper. Milka Raicevic, a renowned nutritionist, believes that peppers and ginger share the same benefits.
Add them to your lemonade and enjoy your amazing detoxifying drink.
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