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Dietitians Juliet Kilo and Sarah Brower confirm that ginger's anti-inflammatory properties also extend to protect against arthritis.

Dietitians said that everyone should add this type of spice to their meals freely, as it helps break down intestinal gas and dissipate it to counteract bloating.

"A strong anti-inflammatory ginger action may help relieve pain associated with conditions such as arthritis. A review of five studies found that taking ginger reduced pain by a third and a 22% disability in people with osteoporosis," he added.

They added that spices in general are a great source of antioxidants. Dried spices contain a more concentrated source of antioxidants, while freezing preserves antioxidants in fresh spices.

At the same time, you can also reduce the risk of premature death and prevent kidney disease, diabetes and bowel cancer.