Ginger is a spicy plant with distinct healing properties. Although the most precious is one of Jamaica, it grows in India and China, the largest consumers, but today its use is popular in the world. Gingerbreads are used in the diet, although it is generally said that this is the root of ginger. Ginger candy creates a sweet-sour dessert where everyone can enjoy it, and even the youngest who is otherwise gourmand ginger is over-intense.
|Nutritional Value in 100 g||Fatt||Proteins||Fibers|
|370 kcal||<0,1 g||0,1 g||2 g|
Nutritional source of: potassium, magnesium, vitamin C.
It is rich in essential oils, vitamin B and minerals. It acts anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, improves circulation and heart function, stimulates the digestive system, reduces allergy symptoms and strengthens the immune system of the body. Candied ginger retains its healing and nutritional value, though it should be consumed with the measure, given the amount of sugar it carries.