Ginger: Health Benefits, Side Effects, and How to Take It

Greg Potter

It’s thought that people in India and China have used ginger therapeutically for at least 5,000 years, and ginger was probably used to spice up foods long before this. Over the years, interest in ginger has waxed and waned, with notable surges when Queen Elizabeth I reportedly invented the gingerbread man and now again in the 21st century as people turn to ginger shots and other spicy concoctions in the hope of garnering a range of health benefits. But is ginger a legitimate health booster, or is this all just spicy hype? Today we’ll look at what's known about the science of...

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How to avoid digestive problems when running | Ask our Nerdy Nutter

Greg Potter

Digestive problems, such as feeling sick, or bloated are common amongst runners. Greg Potter, PhD, explains some of the ways which runners can avoid these issues.

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