How to make ginger water for weight loss

The healthiest drink for burning fat in the waist, back and thighs.

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More people work hard daily to maintain good health but are often discouraged when them comes to losing weight.

We’re constantly bombarded by advertisements for expensive products that promise instant results, but we end up losing money instead of excess pounds.

Ginger has been known for it is medicinal properties as an aid to digestion and circulation since at least 500 B.C. when Confucius mentioned it in his writing. The incredible benefits of these herb just keep adding up.

Many other health benefits can be obtained if you drink ginger water:

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Ginger gives a extra edge when them comes to losing weight and improving health. While more people know that a cup of hot ginger tea can be just the right thing for a bad cold, its benefits take on a whole new twist as you apply those constituents to make ginger water and use it to help lose weight.

Ginger water stimulates fat burning. It’s been shown to stabilize blood sugar, cholesterol, and lipids.2 Ginger can be specially effective at combating belly fat because it has been shown to suppress production of cortisol, the stress hormone that’s responsible for visceral or “deep” fat that accumulates in the belly and is the hardest to lose.

Ginger water is said to help with burning fat from the arms, thighs, and hips too. Finally, ginger is a natural diuretic that helps in combating fluid retention.

Benefits of water ginger:

  • Reduced Cholesterol
  • Antioxidant Effect & Immune System Boost
  • Improved Digestion and Nutrient Absorption
  • Improves Circulation
  • Lowered blood pressure
  • Relieves Nausea
  • Soothes Painful Joints and Reduces Inflammation

This is how to make ginger water for weight loss

You will need:

  • 1 ginger root (thinly sliced)
  • 1.5 liters of water
  • Lemon juice (optional)

How to Make It

Boil the water, add the ginger, and leave it to simmer for 15 minutes. Remove it from heat, leave it to cool, and strain it. Drink a glass of ginger water in the morning, before breakfast, and in the evening, before your dinner.