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16Sep

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To make your Ginger Beer:

– 140g fresh ginger

– 4 tablespoons Honey

– 3 Lemons or Limes

– 1 litre Soda Water

– A few sprigs fresh Mint

Thanks to @jamieoliver for the recipe, which I slightly tweaked to suit my taste 😋

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Ginger is one of the most versatile ingredients to have handy in your food cupboard. It is a champion of health, especially for the immune system.

Ginger is high in:

🌱Magnesium

🌱Potassium

🌱Vit B6

🌱Vit C

It is great for:

💧Helping to strengthen the immune system.

💧Fighting infections.

💧Aiding digestion.

💧Reducing nausea & morning sickness.

💧Anti-inflammatory.

💧Lowering blood sugars & supports heart health.

💧Reducing menstrual pain.

💧Lowering cholesterol.

💧Helping to prevent cancer.

💧May improve brain function & protect against Alzheimer’s.

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Other ways Ginger can be used:

🍋Making winter herbal tea.

🥘Tasty way to spice up exotic dishes.

🥧Adding to a range of winter desserts.

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I’m a fan of less is more; finding multiple uses for an ingredient is a great way to keep health simple 😀💞

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Helen Barnshaw

Naturopathic NutritionistEmpowering men & women to heal from stress & disease through tailored whole foods & lifestyle changes1-2-1 consultations

One Response to Homemade Healthy Ginger Beer

  1. Thank you for a lovely recipe with goodness built in!

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