Quick Anti-Inflammatory Snack Recipe for Preparing Cashew Ginger Crunch
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Here is a quick anti-inflammatory recipe which you can easily prepared right away,
using fresh ginger, cashews, dried apricots and sesame seeds.
Fresh ginger is a spice known botanically as Zingiber officinale.
This odd “horn shaped” spice offers a distinctive flavor. It is pungent, spicy and
aromatic adding special flavor and zest to many fruit and veggie recipes.
Ginger has been prized and used in cultures all over the world for its aromatic,
culinary and medicinal properties for at least 2,000 years.
Scientific studies reveal that ginger offers antioxidant effects and other
important therapeutic properties.
It has been known for centuries as a very effective solution to symptoms of
gastrointestinal distress. In fact, ginger is regarded as an excellent spice for
promoting the elimination of intestinal gas as well as offering the ability to relax and
sooth the intestinal tract.
Ginger has also proven very effective in preventing symptoms of motion sickness
and even beats out Dramamine (an over the counter motion sickness drug) in
effectiveness. All symptoms associated with motion sickness including vomiting, cold
sweats, nausea and dizziness are effectively reduced with ginger.
This odd looking but zesty spice offers potent anti-inflammatory compounds
called gingerols – the component responsible for ginger’s distinctive flavor.
Research shows that gingerols may also inhibit the growth of human colorectal
cancer cells and has proven effective in reducing pain levels and improving mobil