Mindbody Nutrition – Ginger with Vitamin D3 & K2
Not an insider tip for a long time: Today, ginger is almost no longer an insider tip, but a “basic food” for many who deal intensively with nutrition. In China and India, ginger was used as a remedy 5000 years ago and has probably slipped more and more into the background with the development of medicines today. We are very happy about the current health trend and are more than enthusiastic about ginger as a plant or dietary supplement.
But how healthy is ginger really? The essential oils and gingerol give the ginger its pleasant and natural spiciness.</strong > In addition, the processed tubers contain substances such as borneo and cineole that are supposed to promote digestion and stimulate the circulation. With vitamin C, iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorus and sodium, the ginger even goes one better with its ingredients.
What does today’s science say about ginger?
“The gingerols act on certain receptors, namely the serotonin receptors. These trigger nausea and are located in the stomach, in the gastric mucosa, among other places. If these receptors are occupied or blocked by the gingerols, it works against nausea</ strong>.” Prof. Dr. medical Roman Huber, internist, head of the university center for naturopathic treatments, University Hospital Freiburg
“In the case of ginger, it is actually known that it has a certain effect against rhinoviruses, i.e. cold viruses. This is not pronounced, but has been described. It is therefore conceivable that ginger locally has an effect.” Prof. dr medical Roman Huber, internist, head of the university center for naturopathic treatments, University Hospital Freiburg
The sun vitamin D3: Why sun vitamin? Because vitamin D3 can only be produced by the body when the skin comes into contact with UV radiation. The result is that many people are undersupplied with the vitamin because they don’t spend enough time outside in the sun. This can affect your immune system, bone density and even your mind!
The positive effects of ginger + vitamin D3 at a glance:
|✓||Against dizziness and nausea|
|✓||As a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory|
|✓||May have a positive effect on the mind|
|✓||For colds and flu – for a strong immune system|
|✓||For menstrual cramps|
For the sake of the environment:
The product is packaged from 0% plastic and 100% Made in Germany – so 0% guilty conscience ❤️