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Ginger is used with garlic during cooking as the taste of garlic complements the flavor of ginger. The process of cooking for many Indian dishes begins with “pan roasting the spices including ginger and garlic”. A paste of garlic and ginger is an essential ingredient of Indian curries which owes its sheer aromatic blend to this amazing combination. One can also not ignore the enormous health impact of the ginger-garlic blend.
Though garlic has its own health benefits, ginger is more known for its near medicinal powers.
For any Indian cooking, ginger is an essential ingredient which you will be falling back upon, time and again, to add flavors and make your dish aromatic.
Ginger can be used in various forms – fresh, powdered, dried, paste or even as oil or a juice. Ginger owes its unique flavor and fragrance to its natural oils, the most important of which is gingerol, which also is the main contributor to ginger’s amazing medicinal powers due to its high anti-inflammatory as well as antioxidant properties.
Gingerol, present in ginger, inhibits the growth of many harmful bacteria and helps to lower the risks of infection. Consuming ginger can help in fighting the oral bacteria, like gingivitis and periodontitis, which are the cause of inflammatory gum diseases. It may also be an effective way of fighting respiratory infection virus like RSV virus.
Osteoarthritis is the degeneration of the joints leading to joint pain and stiffness. Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and if taken helps to reduce the pain due to this degenerative disease.
Ginger is also commonly used in China where it finds routine use for relieving the pain associated with menstrual cramps. Consuming ginger during menstrual cycles has shown to be as effective in overcoming the cramps as prescription drugs.
The bad cholesterol level – LDL in our body is linked to the food that we eat. High levels of this cholesterol can lead to increase in the risks of heart diseases. Adding ginger to our diet helps to reduce the LDL cholesterol and blood triglyceride levels significantly.
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