Ginger Shots Need To Make It Into Your Routine

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We’ve got some serious DIY junkies running things over at Skincare.net. Many of those DIY advocates practice what they preach on a daily basis. It should come as no surprise that these same people are the ones that invest in both internal and external tactics to keep their skin and body looking healthy as can be.

One thing that both them and myself have in common, we don’t turn down a shot! I’m not talking about any type of shot, I’m talking about a shot of ginger.

There are many places that you can go to find this tiny treat. Heck, just about every raw juice bar, Juice and Java, Fresh Market, and Whole Foods offers this. You’d be crazy not to jump in on the fun. Here’s why you should think about adding this to your daily regimen and what it can do for you.

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Daily Ginger Shots Are Awesome For You Here’s Why…

I’ll kick things off by stating the obvious, ginger shots are super healthy for you. It’s one of the top superfoods that you can include in your diet, hands down. People have been using this practice for centuries, specifically those within the Chinese and Indian culture.

The key to all of this…gingerol, which is the oily resin that comes from the ginger root. Thanks to the gingerol, this superfood has mega antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

Here is exactly why you want to start taking shots every day of this stuff!

Digestion Fix

If you’re dealing with an upset stomach or digestion issues, then this is the answer. You’ll find that a g-shot can help whether you’re deathly hungover from too much alcohol or pregnant and feeling sick in the morning. This will help improve your stomach and make you feel better.

Ginger can also help you digest food better. If you’re finding yourself dealing with constipation issues or bloating then this will help. It does so by relaxing your stomach and assisting in the process of moving food right along. This is better than probiotics, that’s for sure!

Infection Killer

Ginger has been proven to help kill bacteria. It’s what one may refer to as being an antimicrobial. Taking a daily shot of this stuff will help get rid of harmful bacteria that are living in your internal system. Did I mention that ginger also is a natural antifungal? Yes, it can help kill fungus in your body as well. Another bonus, right!

Regulators Mount Up

Nope, not going to start rapping any Warren G tunes, just wanted to catch your eye to let you know that ginger can help regulate your blood sugar if that seems to be a problem for you. Balancing blood sugar is a huge problem for lots of people and many turns to this in order to combat the issue. If you’re a diabetic or you feel yourself in some sort of a slump, then you might want to try adding ginger to your daily routine.

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Warren G – Regulators

Boost Your Metabolism

If you find that your metabolism is slowing down, then ginger might be the answer. Here’s how it typically works. Ginger helps your stomach produce more acid. This, in turn, helps jumpstart your metabolism and kicks things up a bit. The acid assists in burning calories and getting rid of fat. Drink down a shot of this stuff before the gym and you can thank me later!

Recovery Mode

Since ginger is an anti-inflammatory, it can help your body repair and recover quicker. Healing faster allows you to workout harder and get back in the gym quicker. Round and round we go here.

The Shot Recipe

The ultimate ginger shot is simple to make. All you need are the following ingredients:

  • Juice from 1/2 of a lemon
  • 50 grams of ginger
  • Tiny pinch of cayenne pepper

Peel the 50 grams of ginger and toss it into either a juicer or blender. Pour the lemon juice and cayenne into the ginger juice. Transfer that into a shot glass. Down the hatch, it goes!

That’s all you need to know, start working it into your diet!

Ginger Shots Need To Make It Into Your Routine
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Brandon Sirrico

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Brandon Sirrico is a well-versed marketing expert with a background in finance. He holds an MBA from Florida International University and an undergrad from Northeastern. A former bodybuilder, he's a dedicated gym rat who provides many updates on health and diet as well as reactions to trending skin care topics.

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