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  • December 26, 2015

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    +Karen Soares 1) Yes you can juice these item and it's great for you. I think grating them is even better as there's lots of nutritional benefit from consuming the fibrous portion. 2) There is some evidence turmeric during pregnancy, mainly high dose medication is a risk. So I'd recommend avoiding turmeric or if taken it should be in very small amounts. Ginger and cucumber appears fine. But you should always check with your doctor first.´╗┐.

    Hi.. thanks for the video.. I have inflammatory arthritis. I have also undergone artho surgery on right knee.. could u pls tell.. Will this help me to get out of swelling.. ­čśö´╗┐.
    NICE job here! check out Nutritionfacts dot org for loads of information about turmeric and curcumin...you always want to ADD ground black pepper to any turmeric you eat or drink...it helps our bodies absorb the curcumin! Thanks for a great video here!´╗┐.
    Hi, thanks so much for the information! Can you please identify that grater you sue I've never seen one like it, but want to get one! ´╗┐.
    +Christopher M It's called an "oroshigane" Japanese grater, however there are also now microplane graters that are also excellent. Thank you for sharing the video and the channel. Hope you get one :)´╗┐. Where do you buy your organic turmeric and ginger roots...how do you know that you're buying the best Love your video!´╗┐. +Colette rclefebvre2 cogeco.ca You can grow your own. I buy from an organic shop local to me here in Sydney. "Best" is subjective, I consider it more important to just consume it.´╗┐. +talktowinta Sure you can strain it, although for best result consume the lot as the bits you are straining out have the most active components in them.´╗┐.

    Luya, Ginger Herbal Medicine, Health Benefits, Preparation...
  • December 29, 2015
    New evidence suggests ginger seems to play an important, measurable role in weight management and gastrointestinal health, and has anti-inflammatory and... i1
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  • January 1, 2016
    Benefits Of Ginger Ale Ginger ale is a juicy combination of ginger root, grapes, tangerine, and watermelon, which is prepared by pushing the above mentioned i2
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  • December 28, 2015
    What are the health benefits of ginger? Get the lowdown on this root, said to help stomach troubles, relieve nausea, and help with mild chronic pain. i3
    All About Ginger | Precision Nutrition
  • January 3, 2016

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  • December 25, 2015
    The fresh ginger root in the produce section of the stores is a lot of product to use! My regular recipes don't require it as an ingredient too often at all, and I... i5
    Ginger Ale Recipe for Pain: Reduce chronic inflammation...
  • December 23, 2015
    Home Remedies for Arthritis: Are you suffering from this arthritis? Then stop worrying, here are some effective natural home remedies to relieve the discomfort and pain. i6
    Ginger Ale Recipe for Pain: Reduce Chronic Inflammation...
  • December 30, 2015
    What Is Ginger Root Extract? Ginger root extract is made from ginger, most commonly regarded as a spice used in cooking. Ginger is closely related to two other spices... i7
    Anti-inflammatory Smoothie - Food Babe
  • January 2, 2016

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    The part at the end is important, the popular "ginger ales" might not contain any ginger. They call them "natural flavorings" to protect their recipes, but that's not the same as saying "this definitely contains ginger". The only one I know that advertises containing real ginger is Canada Dry. Smaller and local soda makers would have a better shot at actually containing any ginger.´╗┐.

    One thing that should be kept in mind is that not all ginger ale is created equal. Good ginger ale with significant amounts of ginger in it can really help, but the bland sugary piss water you can get in 2 liters at the store has barely looked at ginger root...´╗┐.

    +Jeremy Ellwood TBH, Fever Tree is a pretty different beast than something like Vernors, and both of them are pretty far from than the standard bland stuff. It is one of the sharper Ginger Ales, though not as spicy as the 'jamaican' ones that have started getting popular. It has its roots in anti-malaria tonics, though today it is mostly used as a mixer. Some people really swear by the stuff, others find it disgusting. But no one I know calls it bland ^_^´╗┐.
    If I am making dinner with ginger root, I tend to munch on raw ginger... so I'd probably like it. LOL I made an incredible Ginger IPA. I need to remake that sometime. ´╗┐. This whole "cola doesn't hydrate you" thing is nonsense. You could survive, indefinitely, drinking nothing but cola. It wouldn't be good for you, but not because of dehydration. The sugars in the cola temporarily cause an increased demand for water in your stomach, drawing it from elsewhere in your body. However, in short order, the net Dapoxetine by your intestines will be far greater. Here is the paragraph from the article of flat soda rehydration DIRECTLY BEFORE THE QUOTE USED IN THIS VIDEO: "There is little direct clinical data to answer our question but many scientific analyses demonstrating the inappropriateness of non-physiological liquids for the treatment of acute gastroenteritis in children compared with physiologically based oral rehydration solutions. No study reported the degree of carbonation (ie, how 'flat' or 'fizzy' the carbonated drinks were) in relation to electrolyte content or osmolality." The study wasn't a study at all - it was a LITERATURE review, which found NOTHING. Instead, they analyzed the constituents and guessed (with no actual test or study) that the cola would contain too much sugar, and not enough salt. This was specifically for people who are losing large volumes due to vomiting and diarrhea, NOT just a stomach ache, and it was being compared to a specially-formulated rehydration solution. This was shoddy, shoddy work, you guys. I expect much better from you all.´╗┐. +Shawn Stephenson Holy shit, I knew it! The same thing happened to me! We need to contact the Food Babe, ASAP. The world needs to know: all of our grannies are at risk!´╗┐.
    Vernors is what works. It's a much stronger taste than regular ginger ale. Highly recommended if you can find it. (Regional - Detroit)´╗┐.

    +Holli B. I'd rather puke my guts out than drink Vernors, it's horrible! Canada Dry is he best!´╗┐.
    Back in college my roommate and I played shot glass checkers with fresh 100% ginger juice. He puked for 2 hours and my stomach was on fire. Don't believe either of us felt nauseous after.´╗┐. When talking about milk, if the terms "fat free" and "skim" are synonymous, why is all skim milk labeled "fat free skim milk"´╗┐.
    For nausea, ginger therapeutic grade oil is the way to go. It's pure, concentrated ginger oil and - a drop or two works within minutes.´╗┐.
    During my first trimester of pregnancy I could barely keep water down, so I drank Canada Dry almost exclusively for about a month. The gas in it did help me digest it, as did (I think) the high sugar content. Not sure the actual ginger in it did much, as ginger tea didn't go down as well, and putting ginger in food didn't help much at all - though I've known women who swore by it. Another thing that didn't help was mint, which I found strange because it had always helped in the past with stomach bugs. Now just the smell of it made me want to throw up (that was the case with most things, though ^^). So I think it all depends on the cause of the nausea and on the person.´╗┐.
    Interesting that two almost identical RCTs found conflicting results on whether ginger helps or not. Different statistical techniques, I guess´╗┐.

    +IceMetalPunk Or the effects were just too small (studies are often over-powered). Or one happened to be an (expected) outlier. Or they didn't control confounding variables sufficiently. Some meta-studies have tried replicating randomly chosen studies in various disciplines, and have found that around 50% of published papers weren't replicated. Academia, as it currently exists, strongly discourages replications, because they won't help you get tenure or become big in your field. However, replication is one of the most important elements of the scientific method. Hey IMP, by the way.´╗┐.

    +IceMetalPunk that's why u do wayyy more than just 2 studies. even representative sampling can produce anomalous results (.
    The only ginger ale that has really helped me with nausea was Schweppes, which is interesting cause it's one of the "natural ingredients" ginger ales rather than the ones that advertise ginger in it. Still, it's going to continue to be my go-to upset stoumach drink for as long as it helps.´╗┐.
    i'm surprised you didn't mention anything about how it could just be a mentality thing. people think ginger ale makes them feel better, and even if it doesn't actually do anything, the fact that people drank it could be enough to give the illusion of feeling better. and since you're on that thing that you THINK you're feeling better, you probably actually are doing better just from an improved mood. personally, this is what has happened with me whenever i feel sick or have a stomachache but this is all just random blabbings from some random person on the internet and is entirely opinionated. but if you've gotten this far, thanks for taking a minute to read my post´╗┐.

    +iamihop What I find fascinating is that, on average, placebo is effective 20% of the time. For having no active ingredient, that's very effective.´╗┐.
    +Shawn Stephenson It's amazing, right! I consider the ethical question of doctors lying to patients in order to prescribe placebos to be a very difficult one to answer (for example, when no actual or proven treatment is known).´╗┐.
    Probably not Craigs fault though, I think he really is just the host reading the lines other people wrote´╗┐.
    I've noticed that ginger definitely helps, but I can't say with Ginger ale, since I never notice a significant difference. While sick with food poisoning as a kid while on a road trip with my parents, they stopped at a chinese restaurant and I refused to order because I felt nauseous. The waitress suggested i eat dried ginger and told me it would make it better. She brought me these crunchy little dried Ginger chips and I ate like 10 and within minutes I was feeling well enough to eat. I still keep dried ginger chips on hand just for such an occasion. Now, that being said it could well be a placebo, but... Alton Brown said Ginger works and he knows all there is to know about food, without flaw or fault in any way so I'm gonna go ahead and trust him.´╗┐. You are completely leaving out of the discussion one huge MAJOR ingredient in ginger ale - SUGAR (and massive amounts I might add.) Why would one try to cure a symptom such as nausea with a TOXIN Instead of sugar, why not add, oh, let's say, arsenic or something similarly benign as sugar so as to not even merit mention Just a thought.´╗┐. When you put 2 mirrors facing each other and look into one of them, why does it look like there's an infinite amount of rooms´╗┐.
    +Noob Because you've tapped into the mirror dimension which is the gateway to all possible realities.´╗┐.
    I'm pretty sure it has to do with the distance between the mirrors. Unless they are physically touching, they will each see at least a little bit of the frame of the other one. So if mirror 1 sees mirror 2's frame, then mirror 2 sees mirror 1's frame. And you see the reflection of a reflection of a reflection etc. forever. You wouldn't be able to notice this if the mirrors were only facing each other's glass, but when you can see other objects, i.e. the frames, you, a table, etc. then you can notice it´╗┐.
    QUESTION!! Why is it dangerous to drink untreated water from a stream now when Native Americans, gold miners, and cave men must have had it daily Are we that much weaker or is the water somehow worse´╗┐.

    If you don't like spicy things, buy several different natural ginger beers. I only had a Jamaican ginger beer on hand one time, and that thing was spicy. Wasn't even supposed to be.´╗┐.

    How did they setup the placebos so people didn't know whether or not they're not eating ginger It has such a powerful taste.´╗┐.
    I used to always be nauseated anytime I spent the night outside of my house (sleep overs, field trips, etc.) and I specifically remember this one time I woke up at the hotel I was staying in and I felt like if I got up I was definitely going to throw up.. It was During a field trip so all of the teachers came in to help me and I tried taking tums, Advil, Tylenol, but nothing was working so finally they forced me to get out of bed anyway and go eat breakfast and I drank ginger ale and instantly felt better.´╗┐. Since Mental Floss frequently points out misconceptions, I must point out one in their video. If something/someone is nauseous, they are causing something/someone else to be sick. If something/someone is feeling sick, they are nauseated. There is a difference.´╗┐.
    +starlinguk I took a look in several dictionaries to check. Apparently there is some contention about the meaning of "nauseous". Some list "feeling nausea", others list "causing nausea", and many list both. It seems that "causing nausea" was the original definition, but the other meaning because such common usage that they added it. You are right about "being nauseating" meaning "causing nausea", though. I was talking about "being nauseated". Slightly different form.´╗┐.

    Here's a question I've always wondered... why are the words "Quixote" and "Quixotic" pronounced differently, if the latter is a derivative of the name Thanks for doing these videos´╗┐.

    +Joshua Blackwood Water expands when frozen due to the way the hydrogen and oxygen molecules align themselves. When brought down to freezing temperature, they align in a particular, grid-like way, allowing for a lot of air to get in between the molecules. This is also the reason why ice floats in water.´╗┐.

    I suggest you boil some ginger, red sugar and some clove. Drink the water. it always work for me and my family. this recipe has been used for generations in my family.´╗┐.
    Yes it does Dialysis patients are provided gingerale to help ease some discomfort. It's Canada Dry of course.´╗┐. I think it's the power of suggestion. Your grandma gives you ginger ale to help your stomach when you're a kid, which in itself is comforting because you're being cared for, and it'll work because it's your grandma giving this to you so of course it works. So in adulthood you repeat the same remedy to your kids/grand kids, and the cycle continues.´╗┐.
    with my grandma it was 7-up and yes, I have continued to use it as a folk remedy with myself and my kids. I know that neither soda has magical tummy healing properties but I feel that sometimes they do help so it's my first line of defense against stomach trouble.´╗┐.

    Here's a question: Is it worth making a video in a series about answering questions when there isn't a definitive answer to the question being asked´╗┐.
    +Kira B Okay, I'm sorry - I think that last comment was unnecessarily harsh. Sometimes this whole YT thing gets to me, and I get ruder and ruder. Let me try again to explain how I see it. Please bear with me. I think the intended purpose of this channel, and its entire family of channels, is to promote science and scientific methodology, while remaining entertaining and relevant. I base this on commentary and interviews that I've heard with the Greens, especially Hank, as well as the past content and responses to viewer feedback. They are explicit about their roles as ambassadors of science. As a result, not only do I think videos like this one are acceptable, I think they're actually very important. From a scientific perspective, the results discussed in this video are a perfectly reasonable answer. They didn't simply say "we don't know," but instead they explained why we don't know. In the process, I learned a lot about ginger and the research related to it. I know roughly what science would need to be done to provide more concrete answers. Scientific answers are almost necessarily nuanced, a fact that often gets obscured by most media coverage of science, and when dealing with straight-forward or heavily researched issues. I know it's uncomfortable to not have a definitive answer, but I've learned to actually savor results like this one. The more exposure people have to indefinite answers, the more willing they'll be to accept others in the future. That's critical for public science understanding!´╗┐.
    Ginger ale probably doesn't help if someone is nauseous, but it might help if they are nauseated.´╗┐.
    +Nathan Becker Friction is literally the breaking of chemical bonds on the surfaces of the two objects. When you drag two things together, they form temporary bonds (such as hydrogen bonds), as you put energy into the system. Those bonds are then broken, along with pre-existing bonds in the edges of both materials, as well. When chemical bonds are broken, it releases energy in the form of heat.´╗┐. ginger helped me with my chemotherapy, but it might subjective, it might work differently with different people, some people may be more sensitive to ginger than others, either way, it worked for me.´╗┐. New question idea, why is the rank of Colonel, pronounces as Kernel The things driving by a KFC will make you think of!´╗┐.
    I keep Sprite on hand for stomach aches and it seems to help if I just drink a little. Is it just a placebo effect´╗┐.
    If you want a ginger ale with actual ginger in it, try Blenheim. It is a little spicy but if it helps with nausea it's worth it.´╗┐.
    I chew on ginger while playing on oculus rift. I don't know if it's placebo but it seems to work for me.´╗┐.

    A strong ginger ale will clear your sinuses. I suggest Red Rock, available in the South but Vernors may do it as well as Blenheim or Jamaican ginger beer. Really anything with a strong ginger flavor. Take the ginger ale, pour it into a wide mouth glass, fill it up about half way and try and drink. You won't be able to get the liquid to your mouth on the first few attempts, instead you will probably cough like hell, your eyes may burn, then your sinuses will start to clear. To actually drink it, you'll need to close your eyes and not breath in as you sip it. It's a very interesting way to drink a drink.´╗┐.

    The world's best ginger ale is Vernor's. (Although it has changed its formula since I first drank it in the 50s, and is not quite as potent as to once was, it is still the best out there.)´╗┐.

    Average English speakers' vocabularies are a relatively small percentage of the total words in the English language. Do the average speakers of other languages have such small vocabularies Is the ratio of vocabulary to total words the same in every language´╗┐.
    Is there any truth to the popular belief that men's razors are sharper than women's razors´╗┐.
    the same inconclusive result for motion sickness tablets that have ginger in them. I suspect maybe something is going on within the patient as to whether their body can use it effectively.´╗┐.

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  • January 5, 2016
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  • December 24, 2015
    What Ginger Beer Is Good For. Throughout history, ginger has been used as a remedy for all sorts of maladies and illnesses. Many assume ginger ale and ginger beer... i10
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  • January 4, 2016
    Health Homework Help. Question: What are the health benefits of garlic and ginger?Does ginger go well with garlic when cooking?, Topics: Health, Tags: cooking, garlic... i11
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  • December 31, 2015

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    Mostly I discount Dr. Weil and his medical advice, but he is "Right ON" with his advice about ginger and turmeric!´╗┐.
    I am drinking water kefir each morning for the probiotics it contains. I have just read that turmeric tea (and turmeric in general) is an antibiotic. My understanding of antibiotics (pharmaceutical) is that they kill both good and bad bacteria in the digestive tract, as well as everywhere else. The reason I have been consuming kefir is to replenish those "good" gut bacteria destroyed by previous antibiotics I have taken. Is consuming turmeric working against that intention´╗┐. +Paul Massey That makes sense. Women are prone to developing yeast infections after completing a course of some antibiotics.´╗┐.
    DESTROY inflimation. This is what I do. I missed two days in a row and Im paying for it. 1 glass of warm water with 1Tsp turmeric+ 1tsp Arm and hammer baking soda. (NOT BAKING POWDER) Mixed in the water. 20'000 IU of Vitamin D3. 1'000 MG of Fish Oil. + a good magnesium and Zink Supp. That combination is AMAZING for ending inflimation. Of ANY kind. I think ill be adding ginger to the mix now.´╗┐.

    Ok, I just checked out that webpage and found the device they use. I could buy 41 years worth of bicarb for the price of that machine. Really $4,980.00 for a water alkalizer when I can make a glass of PH water for less than half of a cent Who the hell can afford something like that I make $11 an hour. Thats like almost half the value of my brand new car. Just look http://www.enagic.com/shop/en/machines/k8.html Talk about capitalizing on people needs. All you need is Baking Soda(Sodium Bicarbonate)´╗┐.

    What a Great informative video.There's been studies that say Turmeric reduces beta amyloid plaque buildup ,which is one of the main causes of Alzheimer's disease.Let's hope more research is put into this.´╗┐.
    I make smoothies every day containing ginger and turmeric...that's a good way of getting your daily dose if you're not keen on the taste in large quantities.´╗┐. All of your videos are wonderful, but this one on the anti-inflammatory effects of ginger and turmeric was especially good. Once a week we eat an Egyptian soup made with Swiss chard from our big vegetable garden, slowly cooked for 20 minutes with a handful of rice. At the end, Turkish yoghurt and a tablespoon of turmeric complete the recipe. This light soup tastes wonderful and is probably anti-inflammatory.´╗┐.
    well, real coffee with a little milk and BROWN sugar not white sugar. its very bad, but brown sugar is less bad. 2 bad honey with coffee does not match...´╗┐.
    Does ginger tea only have effect on stomach and bowel Its the only I have notice so far when I drink it.´╗┐. I'm into lentils, and I'll try adding the turmeric. Really helpful video. I'm a "Weilpreet" person.´╗┐. Not that long ago if you were caught eating a pomegranate in many parts of the US people would call you a "camel jockey" and stuff like that... Now look, it's become one of the hottest "trendy" foods in the country. Not to be outdone though, Uncle Sam made sure to put his "touch" on this one too as like 90% of the so called "pomegranate" products you get here either barely have any pomegranate in them or just quite simply haven't persevered any of the benefits of the actual fruit in the the finished product. Hemp seed + Dark chocolate + Pomegranate. Try it.´╗┐. I make a strong ginger tea every morning before work and at night I have it to but I mix pure peppermint oil in it like 3 drops, I want try the turmeric but haven't sceen it and I don't want the powder I want it in root form I also eat 2 table spoons of pine nuts everyday and a tea spoon of sesame oil every other day´╗┐.
    If anyone doubts the use of adding ginger and/or tumeric to their diet, IT WORKS! The box of oral and topical medications I've used in the past few years has increased to BOXES. I went on a retreat several weeks ago where they left ginger out for you to use in tea and water and ginger was used in various ways like ginger elixer drinks and honestly, it changed my life. Several skin conditions are almost completely gone. It's improved problems I have with joint pain and I don't know why or how it works but it's even helped with digestive problems. ´╗┐.

    How much would be too much turmeric We usually add it to stir frys and we make a drink with it and some other spices in coconut milk at night so we probably get about 2 -4 teaspoons per day´╗┐.
    Turmeric has been eaten in copious amounts in India for thousands of years with no detrimental effects. It has also been studied in laboratory, double-blind placebo, scientific testing in the thousands of units (far more than it would be possible to consume). There is no toxicity to turmeric. Get as much as you can.´╗┐.
    I normally wake up with a blend of greens, a few spoons of sprouts and half spoon turmeric and it gives me tons of energy..´╗┐.

    A lot of Thai curry has turmeric too. Great info Dr. Weil! I have inflamed hip and I will need to take more ginger (capsules). ´╗┐.
    Thanx for the video. I make this milky tea b4 bed. Warm almond milk, ginger, tumeric & cinnamon. Add honey if you need it sweetened, but I don't add any.´╗┐. I started this but found out India a country who uses this on a regular, bases has a very high cancer rate google it. And why do you weigh so much if you have courses on healthy eating I am confused´╗┐.
    Snake oil The Big Pharmaceutical companies love individuals like you. Shove their snake oil (poison) into your body and see how far that gets you. Don't take his or anyone's word at face value. Do your own research.´╗┐.
    I would like to apologize, I googled the wrong site and now since I really took my time researching the world I now know for a fact India has a very low cancer rate. I had started turmeric about a couple of weeks ago because I do believe in it. I take one tea spoon and mix with warm water and stir and stir, it is easy to get down and I now have acquired a taste for it. This is the only way I like it in warm water, how much should I have everyday, 2 teaspoons a day Please let me know I also have now sprinkled it on my dogs food. I was feeding them quite a bit of hamburger stew, every day a mastiff and a chiwawa, but noticed a few bumps coming out on both so I now make chicken their main ingredient with raw veg's and brown rice and apples. thanks for the information and once again I am sorry about the stupid comment I made earlier, one has to be careful what they read online. Now I know the facts´╗┐.
    I recently came across a recipe for turmeric tea. Mix a spoon of turmeric with a spoon of ginger and add black pepper and warm water.´╗┐.

    I wholeheartedly put my faith in plants before the medications that my doctor tried to shove down my throat for my Crohn's. The side effects of these herbs and spices are minimal (if any) compared to the very concerning side effects that come along with Sulphasalazine, Prednisone, Azathioprine, etc... Since I've been making ginger tea, taking Turmeric supplements, and eating Coconut Oil my symptoms have almost disappeared completely. I know that self-medicating isn't advised, but their man-made meds were not doing anything at all for my constant small bowel obstructions and other symptoms. I'll take my chances with Nature. Thank you very much for this great info. Subbed.´╗┐.
    +Chris AA I have no trouble finding King's Kim-Chi in my local grocery store. But fermented foods are sooo easy, why not make your own There are tons of videos showing how to culture foods from scratch. You can also follow Donna Gates of Body Ecology fame. Her company sells starters if you fear getting the right mix or need further direction. My own favorite recipe involves Jicama, granny smith apples, carrot, celery and ginger blended into the brine. Yumm!´╗┐.
    Add black pepper with turmeric as it make turmeric 1000 times more potent. I eat soup at least 3 times a week and add my healthy spices to every bowl in about equal quantities except garlic and turmeric. Can't really taste them too much Turmeric Black Pepper Extra Virgin Olive Oil Basil Parsley Oregano Ginger Garlic Celery Seeds Cinnamon Cayenne Pepper Paprika Rosemary Powered Pysillium Fiber tab of butter to keep them all from sticking to the side of the soup bowl. I'm 58, 5'-10", weight 178 pounds (18 pounds over my normal 160). My BP is 100/60, Heart rate is 65, my glucose is 85 to 95, my cholesterol is 205 with bad at 85 and good at 40. Not sure if these healthy spices helped as two months ago I had a heart attack with one artery completely blocked and needed a stent. Luckily I was in the hospital at the time. My cardiologist said my heart was in great shape afterwards, so maybe they did help me survive as well as I did. I was out the hospital 2 days later.´╗┐.

    What are medical opinions for adding GINGER/TURMERIC to a patient's diet that is already diagnosed with severe FARINGITIS and under medical doctor's care taking anti-biotics, IV, and pain killer © +ARQUITECTOSTAR Saturday, April 12th MMXIV´╗┐.
    I posted because many people reading this will never have heard of turmeric before. Surely it's better that they learn the correct spelling from the beginning There was no intention to judge or carp. However the incorrect spelling was being replicated so I posted the correct one. Surely the whole point of these youtube videos is to inform and educate I've learned tons of stuff I had no idea about previously, and don't feel patronised by it.´╗┐. I follow Dr. Weil's on Twitter. Also, this video is featured on my Google Blog entitled "Our Daily Bread Herbal Remedy-Turmeric the herb Curry Powder comes from". Thanks, Dr. W for enhancing my blog and providing such healthful information for the public. Check out all my herbal blogs by doing a Google search.´╗┐.
    I add tumeric to homemade chicken broth...oddly enough that idea came from the Pioneer Woman whose recipes are not what you'd call "Anti-Inflammatory"...It makes the soup a brighter yellow which is nice. Tumeric root is also available at Wholefoods in the produce section. It blends nicely in smoothies as it is sweeter than the earthier tasting powder form! ´╗┐.
    I eat large chunks of fresh ginger multiple times a day, as if it was an apple. Amazing medicinal herb. When I first started eating it it was quite intense for sure, but you get used to it :)´╗┐.
    Sprinkle 1 teaspoon of tumeric over salad and add apple cider vinegar dressing easiest way to get tumeric into diet.´╗┐.
    I love this guy. I have followed his ideas since 1992. He has ideas... i mean.. ulcers.. eat red peppers... odd but works. ´╗┐. Try to mix a 1/2 ltr hot tea with 4 teaspoons of ginger and 4 tsp of cinnamon, and 2 tsp of the turmeric (curcuma) this mixed with 10dl milk and sugar as you like... very tasty and it seems to be reducing my stomach problems.. ´╗┐. I would suggest start small if your not familiar with turmeric/curry products, then slowly increase intake if no problems, or upsets occur. As always, moderation is key. ´╗┐.
    Awesome as always Doctor Weil!!!! I add turmeric to my (canned) salmon salad ALONG with ground black pepper!!! Adding the black pepper means you are adding piperine, which helps the Dapoxetine of turmeric's antioxidants. Tried adding turmeric to my homemade hummus...didn't really like it. But I agree that it's good with eggs and soups and stews like Doc says.´╗┐.

    I put turmeric and shredded ginger root in my eggs every morning! Combinations are endless. Dont forget about bromelain in pineapples which are also anti-inflammatories!´╗┐.

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