Ginger as a Supplement Pt. 5

Ginger as a Supplement Pt. 5

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Ginger as a Supplement Pt. 5

September 30, 2015
Bill Haberman
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Check out previous parts for important info

  1. Prevent Cancer

cancer cell

Cancer is involves uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells.

 

Ginger has been researched as a treatment for cancer.   Several forms of cancer were looked at in the studies. The benificial anti-cancer properties are said to be related 6-gingerol.  This is found in large amounts in raw ginger.

 

In a 30 individuals study, 2 grams of ginger extract each day reduced inflammatory signalling molecules in the colon.  However, in a later study using individuals with a high risk of colon cancer, the researchers did not confirm these findings.

 

There is some limited evidence which suggests that ginger could be effective against pancreatic cancer, breast cancer and ovarian cancer. More research is needed.  But what would talking a little raw ginger daily hurt.

 

  1. Improve Brain Function and Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease

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Oxidative stress and chronic inflammation are believed to be some of the key factors related to Alzheimer’s disease and age-related cognitive decline.

 

There are animal studies that tend to indicate that the antioxidants and bioactive compounds in ginger may inhibit brain inflammatory responses.

 

Further some research indicates that ginger can enhance brain function directly. In one study, which used 60 middle-aged women, ginger extract was said to improve reaction time and working memory.

 

There are many animal studies which show that ginger can protect against age-related decline in brain function.

 

  1. The Active Ingredient in Ginger Can Help Fight Infections

 

Gingerol, which is that bioactive part of fresh ginger, can help lower the risk of infections.

 

With ginger extract can inhibit a wide range of bacteria.

 

Ginger has proved to be effective against the oral bacteria  which are linked to inflammatory diseases in the gums, like gingivitis and periodontitis.
Fresh ginger some say may be good to use against the RSV virus, a common cause of respiratory infections.

 

About The Author

Dr. Bill in San Antonio, TX, holds six degrees in religious studies including a Ph.D. and a Th.D. He holds several other certificates and certifications. He has been what some call a professional student.

Raised mostly in rural south and south-central Texas, he is equally at ease on the ranch, in the woods, in meditation, or metaphysical pursuits.

He was the author of two books now out of print and several that he has not pushed for publication. He has written numerous articles in pier review journals during his time in traditional ministry.

He was invited to be on the translation committee for a modern Bible translation but declined, for philosophic differences over translation presuppositions.

His studies in comparative religions led him into an in depth study of metaphysics.

He has a knack for noticing overlapping principles in different systems. It occurred to him that when things keep showing up in many religions that these maybe the secret truth past down from our ancient past that are applicable to us today.

As in folk lore Odin hung from the tree upside down and after nine days, came to know the secret runes. Today Dr. Bill strives to look at repeating truths in a different way. He is willing as needed to take the time to see the secrets that are ready to be opened from different directional considerations.

Dr. Bill was a traditional minister for 25 years, filling pulpits two times a week and teaching many classes.

Now he has centered his work on the metaphysical of spirituality.

Dr. Bill looks at the metaphysical and spiritual from a new eclectic perspective. This rare insight has been a boon to him and as he works to help you can be a boon to you

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