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How to Use Ginseng in Your Diet

Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011 04:52 PM

From diabetics, to healthy persons, to those interested in weight loss, ginseng is a miraculous herb with numerous benefits.

Although ginseng is available on the market in the form of capsules, powder, energy drinks, wine, tea, etc., many wonder how to introduce and maintain ginseng in their diets.

Ginseng roots can be eaten raw or chewed. For a healthy introduction to a ginseng diet you can simmer 5-6 slices of roots in hot water to make ginseng tea.

Adding sliced roots to soups, especially chicken soup, is a good way to have ginseng in your diet. Chicken or other dishes can be cooked with ginseng as well.

Ginseng powder can even be sprinkled over a salad. Diabetics, who can benefit just as a much by adding ginseng to their diets, can make use of ginseng extracts, capsules, or chew ginseng raw. By simply adding 1-2 tsp. of ginseng powder to a fried or cooked dish you can make it much healthier.

Ginseng does miracles when taken to lose weight in a healthy way. It speeds up the body’s metabolism and prevents the conversion of extra calories into fat. Moreover, ginseng increases stamina, which is imperative for exercise and healthy weight loss. Ginseng can also be added to smoothies or marinated with meat.

For more information on ginseng, see below:

What Are The Best Sources of Ginseng?
Top 5 Health Benefits of Ginseng

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