White and Pink Sushi Ginger for Japanese Sushi Food 360g Bottled
white and pink sushi ginger for Japanese sushi food 360g bottled (360GLASS BOTTLE/*24/ CTN): Quick Details Packaging & Delivery Specifications The earliest sushi ginger manufacturer in Laiwu; The most advanced equipment and technology from Japan; The most excellent production and technical...
All of our products are from our own ginger planting farm, and now sells to all over the world including Japan, EU, America, Asia and Africa. From last year, we have developed natural sushi ginger and sushi ginger without MSG and Aspartame According to the market demand. We endeavor to offer healthy sushi foods to the people around the world and glad to provide samples.
raw material: tender ginger
certification: BRC, IFS, ISO,HACCP,KOSHER,HALAL,FDA
package:1kg-bags,190g-bottled,360gbottled,3g-10gminipacked, 20lbs barrels,20g-30g bags,doypacked, any other package as the clients required.
brand: the clients' brand or OEM or our own brand-Future
Ginger planting farm
Sewage disposal facility
HEALTH BENEFITS OF GINGER ROOT
Ginger is a root, and has been used as a natural remedy for upset stomach and nausea across many civilizations for hundreds of years. It is an anti-inflammatory, and studies show fresh ginger prevents and fights several types of cancer cells including breast, colon, ovarian, prostate, and lung cancer. Ginger is also known for cleansing the body of toxic chemicals, as it is full of antioxidants. When fermented, ginger releases enzymes and probiotics, which help maintain healthy gut microflora.
What makes up a healthy diet?
As a general rule, vegetables, fruits and starchy foods should provide the bulk of most of your meals. The remaining part of your diet should be made up from milk and dairy foods and protein foods. As mentioned above, you should limit the amount of foods and drinks that are high in fat or sugar. The dietary guidance to reduce your risk of heart disease is as follows:
Intake of saturated fat to less than 10% of total fat intake (preferably in lean meat and low-fat dairy products):
Replace saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat where possible.
Eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables per day (new research has suggested that we should all aim for seven portions per day).
Eat at least two servings of fish (preferably oily fish) per week.
Consider regularly eating whole grains and nuts.
Keep the amount of salt in your diet to less than 6 g per day.
Limit alcohol intake to less than 14 units per week for men and less than 14 units per week for women. See also separate leaflet called Alcohol and Sensible Drinking.
Avoid or reduce the following in your diet:
Processed meats or commercially produced foods (including 'ready meals') which tend to be high in salt and trans fatty acids.
Refined carbohydrates, such as white bread and processed cereals.
High-calorie but nutritionally poor snacks, such as sweets, cakes and crisps.