Ground ginger powder is tested for weight loss and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
Ginger has been used in India and China for thousands of years Treat diseases, but so she has Mercury, so that doesn’t really tell you much. This is what we have the science for. But, when you see article titles in the medical literature like “Beneficial Effects of Ginger… on Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome: A Review,” for example, you might not be aware that researchers you talk About the beneficial effects of ginger on lipids mice. Why not just conduct human clinical studies? This may be attributed to “ethical issues” and “limited commercial support”, for example. Limited commercial support I can see: Ginger is cheap, who will pay to study? But ethical issues? We’re just talking about giving people some ginger.
Cross-sectional studies in which you Takes A quick overview of when to consume ginger and body weight is relatively inexpensive and easy to do. The researchers found that obese people tended to eat significantly less ginger, so they suggest that this “showed that ginger use could be related to weight management.” You can see the chart below showing this and at 0:59 in my video Benefits of ginger for obesity and fatty liver disease. But, ginger consumption is probably just a sign of traditional and less western fast food. You don’t know… until you test it.
A randomized controlled trial was conducted for evaluation Effects of a hot ginger drink made with two grams of ginger powder in one cup of hot water, so one teaspoon of ground ginger was stirred into a tea cup of hot water. This equates to about five cents of ginger. the findings? After drinking the ginger drink, participants reported feeling significantly less hungry, and in response to the question “How much do you think you can eat?” Describe the prospective reduction in dietary intake.
Since the control was just plain hot water, the participants knew when they were getting ginger, so there may be a placebo effect. The researchers looked at putting ginger in capsules for a double-blind study, but thought that part of the effect of ginger might actually be through the taste receptors on the tongue, so they didn’t want to interfere with that with the capsule.
However, not all effects were subjective. Four hours after drinking the hot drink, the ginger group’s metabolic rate increased compared to the control, as you can see in the graph below and at 2:12 in video. Although, in a previous study, when fresh ginger was added For the meal, there was no elevation in metabolic rate. Researchers studying hot ginger drink Suggest This discrepancy is “likely due to the different way ginger is administered,” giving participants fresh ginger rather than dried ginger powder, and there are drying products that form when ginger is dried that may have unique properties.
“Although satiety and fullness were greater with ginger than with the control, [the researchers] They don’t have an objective measure of eating.” They did not then follow the participants to see if they ate less for lunch. The problem is that there hasn’t been a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of this much ginger and weight loss…yet.
After 12 weeks of the same tea spoon of ginger powder every day but this time hidden In capsules, the consumption of ginger leads to a “significant decrease in body mass index,” that is, the body mass index. As you can see in the graphs at 3:12 in my videothere I was There was no change in the placebo group, but there was a decrease in the ginger group. The body fat estimates haven’t really changed, but that was kind of the point.
How about using ginger hustle Fat from certain organs, such as the liver? It is clear that ‘Ginger Therapy Improves Fructose-induced fatty liver…in rats.” Do you know what else would have worked? Not feeding them a lot of sugar in the first place. We are not rats, though. We haven’t had this kind of study in humans… until now: Ginger supplementation in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled pilot study in which participants were Given One teaspoon of ginger daily or a placebo for 12 weeks.
All subjects were told to get more fiber, exercise, and reduce dietary cholesterol intake. (My video How to prevent nonalcoholic fatty liver disease? discusses why this is important). So, even a placebo group should do that to improve. And how did you do the gingerbread group? any improvement? yes. Daily consumption of one teaspoon of ground ginger per day “significantly reduced levels of inflammatory markers,” improved liver function tests, and decreased liver fat. All for five cents of ginger powder a day. And what are the side effects? A few ginger burps?
I searched for cons and only found ginger paralysis. What? In fact, “In 1930, thousands of Americans were Poisoning By an illicit extractor.” Clings. Who drinks ginger extract? It was in the year 1930 during the prohibition of some people Buyer Ginger extract as a legal way to get alcohol. “It was the poor man’s way of drinking liquor.” But, “smugglers took advantage of the demand for this ancient home remedy as an alcoholic drink” and substituted a cheaper alternative to ginger – a lacquer compound – “in order to make a bigger financial profit”. Moral of the story: Do not drink varnish.
The video about the effect of dietary cholesterol that I mentioned is How to prevent nonalcoholic fatty liver disease?. Oats may also help, as you can see in Can oatmeal help treat fatty liver disease?. And for more information on fatty liver disease, check this out Best diet for fatty liver disease And the How to avoid fatty liver disease.