It’s hard not to overdo things a bit this time of year, and New Year’s Eve IS just around the corner. So if you find yourself in need of something to ease digestive discomfort, try this “cocktail” from Arsy Vartanian at Rubies and Radishes that includes several of my favorite self-help health items…..apple cider vinegar, ginger and lemon juice. She mentions whipping this up when her husband wasn’t feeling well after a night of drinking, eating poor quality quesadillas (maybe a step above the bell!) and ice-cream bars, so it’s not just for holiday over-indulgence. 🙂
Pour over ice and enjoy!
3 inch piece of ginger
2 cups water
- Peel ginger and slice thinly
- Boil the ginger in water for 10-15 mins.
*Note: the more ginger you use and the longer you boil, the stronger it will be!
Also check out this previous post for help with holiday over-indulgence:
And if your digestive problems go beyond the occasional discomfort from over-indulgence, you might want to consider signing up for the upcoming free Heal Your Gut Summit…….
Gut dysfunction can be linked to virtually every disease and can cause conditions like fatigue, depression, food sensitivities, chronic pain, allergies and many more. These conditions are by and large preventable, but have reached epidemic proportions as the Western lifestyle has infiltrated the entire globe with poor diet choices, stress, toxic overload and bacterial imbalance.
Understand and explore gut issues at The Heal Your Gut Summit — because a healthy gut is the foundation for physical, mental and emotional well-being!
The summit runs from January 18th thru 25th and you can find out more and sign up here.
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Disclaimer: Please note that any information here is provided as a guideline only, and is not meant to substitute for the advice of your physician, nutritionist, trained healthcare practitioner, and/or inner guidance system. Always consult a professional before undertaking any change to your normal health routine.