7 Secret Side Effects of Eating Ginger

Ginger is popular all year long because it gives soups and marinades a spicy taste and makes tea and other drinks taste better.

It's also very famous around the holidays because it's the main ingredient in so many treats and drinks.

It looks and tastes like the holidays, and you can use it to make everything from gingerbread cookies to spicy ginger punches.


It can help improve digestion and relieve nausea.


It may cause mouth and throat irritation when consumed in large doses.


It might provide relief from menstrual cramps.


It might help reduce pain and inflammation.


It may support weight loss in those that are overweight or obese.


Ginger supplements may cause gastrointestinal distress.

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