Here is amazing waist reducing syrup, that helps eliminate excess water from body as well as reducing inch of excess stomach fat daily.
This syrup makes body healthier and is of extremely beneficial use for brain function, memory, also hearing and more, eyesight.
It is especially effective when combined with cardio exercises.
- Horseradish 125g
- Lemons 4
- fresh ginger 2cm
- honey 3 tablespoons
- cinnamon 2 tablespoons
Food processor is needed here.
At first, mix is dish and ginger in a blender.
Then, add squeezed lemons and mix for 3 minutes.
Now, you can add cinnamon and honey, mix until you get syrup and place it in glass jar.
Should be consumed 1 teaspoon twice daily before meals or training.
It is required to be consumed for 3 weeks and then 3 weeks break afterwards.
Horseradish good for the health
Its roots and leaves are well known of bringing health benefits as it contains more than 10-fold higher glucosinolates than broccoli does.
The glucosinolates in Armoracia rusticana, have potential to increase human resistance to cancer and any environmental toxin. Powerful antioxidant properties are used to relieve sinus and respiratory distress, and also act as natural antibiotics to r infections, due to their toxicity to specific bacteria and fungi. Also are able to increase blood flow and rapidly remove the waste products from certain region of the body.
Lemon – health benefits?
Lemons have acidic taste, but are alkaline forming in body, moreover, they are most alkaline forming foods. They are used for balancing a highly acidic condition. Being favorite all over the world they are essential food in kitchens. They stimulate liver and act as dissolvent of uric acid, also other poisons liquefies the bile.
Its peel contains potent phytonutrient tangeretin, proven to be effective for brain disorders- Parkinson’s disease. Also lemon is high in vitamin C, antioxidant that can help the immune system battle germs which cause a cold or flu.
Ginger health benefits?
Ginger-ancient wonder spice with status of “natural medicine chest” known in ancient Ayurvedic medicine, due to its wonder digestion-friendly properties and numerous other health benefits. Ginger improves absorption and assimilation of essential nutrients, clears the ‘microcirculatory channels’ in body, clearing sinuses that flare up seasonally or during colder months.
Honey health benefits?
Honey-sweet liquid produced by honey bees, made from nectar of flowers in process of regurgitation and evaporation. Honey has flavonoids, antioxidants that help reduce risk of cancers and heart disease. Also, help disorders such ulcers and bacterial gastroenteritis. Also, honey helps with coughs (buckwheat honey-effective as a single dose of dextromethorphan in relieving nocturnal cough allowing proper sleep).
Cinnamon health benefits?
Cinnamon is available throughout the year, has fragrant, sweet and warm taste, and is perfect spice during the winter months. Cinnamon has a long history both as a spice and as a medicine. There are two varieties of cinnamon, Chinese and Ceylon, with similar flavor, but, cinnamon from Ceylon is slightly sweeter, more refined and difficult to find in local markets.
Its unique healing abilities come from three basic types of components in its bark. It contains contain active components cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl acetate, and also cinnamyl alcohol, and wide range of other volatile substances.
The cinnaldehyde prevents unwanted clumping of blood. Cinnamon has ability to lower release of arachidonic acid in cell membranes and also puts it in category of “anti-inflammatory” food helpful in lessening inflammation. Cinnamon’s essential oils is “anti-microbial” food, and has been studied for its ability to stop growth of bacteria and fungi and yeast Candida.
Besides consuming cinnamon to improve the body’s ability to utilize blood sugar, it is good to be consumed because of wonderful smell and odor of this sweet spice that boosts brain activity!
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