Dried ginger is rich in…
- Vitamin A
- Calcium and iron
- Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action
- It boosts the immune system
- It fights nausea and has anti-vomitive action
- It is a powerful cancer fighter
Nutrition analysis reveals that one micro portion (40gr.) of dried ginger with the addition of sugar contains 133 calories, 0 gr. of protein, 34. 6 gr. of carbohydrates (of which 14.6 gr. are sugar), 0 gr. of fat and 0 gr. of vegetable fiber.
How to eat
You can eat dried ginger either as a snack during the day, mixing it with other dried fruit or seeds so as to increase its nutritional value, or by adding it in yogurt, homemade cereal bars and pastries (cake, cookies, etc.).