September 15, 2019

Why Ginger is Dangerous for Diabetes [TURN ON SUBTITLES!]


First, let’s look at the good things with ginger. Need to fire up the digestive juices and get some appetite? Ginger Want to improve the absorbtion and assimilation of essential nutrients in your body? Ginger Feel air sick or nauseous? Ginger Got a farting contest with yourself? Ginger Does your belly moan, groan and talk with you? Ginger Have joint pain and want that anti inflammatory boost? Ginger Bonus: Food Matters recommend ginger essential oil in your back to help you with the aches of muscles and joints Got sh*t stuck in your nose and throat? Ginger Feeling that cold coming in? Ginger Want to improve your long term blood sugar control? Ginger How come? Gingerols, the major active component of ginger Can increase the uptake of glucose into the muscle cells, without using insulin Bam! Also interacts with serotonin receptors to reverse their effect on insulin secretion. Bam! 35% drop in blood glucose levels and a 10 % increase in plasma insulin levels. Bam! Bad digestion? Ginger. Got heartburn? Ginger. Simply put, this root is frikkin awesome. Bam! And a shot like this is great to have. In fact, I have one almost every day! Bam! So why is ginger so dangerous?! *surprise sound effect* Well, probably you might love it too much after watching this video that you’ll start eating only ginger and nothing else. Not recommended! Or you’ll have too much ginger and burn your throat and burst up in flames just like I did now! You’re still into ginger? Good! I hope this video helped you out and inspired you to add more ginger into your life and if so, hit the like button and remember to subscribe because I’m going to make new videos all the time and you’re going to be the first one to know. Thanks again for watching… …and I’ll see you in the next video! Salud! Oh damn, that’s a strong mother*beep* There’s a fire in my throat and you’re not invited. But you are! Oh, damn! Starting to cry. Don’t leave me! It’s very emotional, making these videos. Especially when it’s about ginger God I love you. I love you. I love you so much. Let’s get some more juice!

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