Maximizing Benefits of Jake's Ginger

I’m a fairly simple man and not that overly scientific, but I just came across a news story with facts I’ve known to be true for years.  Ginger holds immense potential in the realm of controlling inflammation for individuals grappling with autoimmune diseases.

This was validated by a study just released by the University of Michigan and the University of Colorado School of Medicine.  They tested the influence of ginger on a particular type of white blood cell known as the neutrophil. They focused specifically on a crucial immune response called neutrophil extracellular trap (NET) formation, also referred to as NETosis. This process, linked with inflammation and clotting, plays a significant role in numerous autoimmune diseases such as lupus, antiphospholipid syndrome, and rheumatoid arthritis. 

The researchers discovered that the consumption of ginger by healthy individuals effectively bolsters the resistance of their neutrophils, fortifying them against NETosis. Neutrophils are abnormally overactive in numerous diseases, according to study.  Even more interesting was their discovery that ginger emerges as a compelling natural remedy that might alleviate inflammation and alleviate symptoms associated with various autoimmune diseases. 

The research team found that a daily intake of ginger supplements over seven days significantly amplified a chemical called AMP within neutrophils when consumed at a dosage of 20 milligrams per day or roughly 4 oz of Jake’s StrongGinger which we’ve been recommending all along.  I drink about 8oz of Jake's a day. I have been for years and I have to say that it’s kept me in remarkable health.  

Perhaps my dad Jake was ahead of time.  Perhaps he stumbled upon a God given remedy that took science years to validate.  I suspect these and other findings to come will encourage people grappling with inflammatory conditions to explore the potential benefits of ginger and find that Jake’s is a great way to get it. -Jake

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