Ginger, the ally of weight loss


How to lose weight with ginger

Surely many of you have seen during your purchases a root ‘coffee’ out there among the vegetables named ginger, well today we will talk about it and if you are in the super buy one because you will surely use it.

Ginger has many practical uses that not only help you to follow your diet but will add a spicy flavor to your kitchen.

Ginger can be your ally in these cold and wet times, as it has properties that help control joint pain, as well as it helps prevent seasonal ‘flu’, as it has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and anti-allergenic effects.

Ginger accelerates our metabolism and improves digestion while promoting the absorption of nutrients a nd elimination of waste from the body, which prevents weight gain.


The desire to keep our weight under control does not only respond to the interest to see us better, but it is a very important factor to keep our body clean and free of diseases.

In that sense, it is important to lead an active life, exercise regularly and maintain a balanced diet. And an ingredient that can help us achieve the goal of avoiding overweight is ginger. Are you interested in knowing in what way?

The use of ginger in medicine is not new. In fact, Galen, one of the fathers of this discipline, already used it in different treatments; and has been highly prized for centuries in Asia for its healing properties. Although it can be consumed in many ways, whether in sweets or as an ingredient in prepared foods, ginger tea is also a very popular – albeit slightly softer – a way of consuming this root.


In addition to being used as a digestive snack, it will help you control that voracious appetite, but how to prepare it?

I give you 3 ideas:

Infusion: Thoroughly wash the root of the ginger, cut 3 slices diagonally and in ½ glass of water boil 5 min; You can dilute it and take it alone (although it is spicy), but if it is too strong for you, you can dilute it in 3 liters of water of Jamaica or lemon. Remember that you must keep the water in refrigeration or in a very cool place.


In the vegetable soup. Wash the root very well and add 1 very small piece, remember that it is a very strong flavor so you can experiment with the quantity according to your palate.


Cook a sautéed rice with ginger:



  • Palm Oil
  • 2 cd. of finely chopped garlic
  • 2 cd. of fresh ginger peeled finely chopped
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 cups of long onion cut into thin slices.
  • 4 cups of cooked rice
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons of low sodium soy sauce.



At medium heat apply the Pam in the pan and add the ginger and garlic without stopping to move. Until both are golden. Remove and sprinkle a pinch of salt.

Place a little more Pam and onions, cook over low heat for 10 minutes, until tender. Raise the heat and add the cooked rice, stir until hot.

Remove from heat and mix a little olive oil and low-sodium soy sauce accompanied with the garlic and ginger prepared above.

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