Chris Masterjohn LITE talks about 5 Easy Ways to Use Ginger for Better Digestion
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Sometimes a really simple digestive aid can do wonders for your digestive system and save you from restrictive diets and other more complicated solutions. Here's five ways to try ginger to do just that.

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  1. Ginger is really helping my digestion. Thanks for the information!
    One more possible form of ginger: Just yesterday I found ‘ginger juice’ on the Asian food aisle at Whole Foods. It’s in a bottle… contents are ginger and citric acid. I don’t know much about citric acid or if the ginger is less effective in this form, but I like the convenience of the bottle and being able to just pour some on my food at work.

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