Salmon is a great source of omega-3 fats and protein, as well as a source of vitamin D. According to a UK study published in the journal Nutrition, eating salmon twice a week, compared to eating white fish, causes a significant reduction in triglyceride levels of overweight men and women. Salmon and other oily fish are also well known for their role in reducing heart disease risk, improving mood and reducing inflammation in the body.
Ginger has a long history of medicinal use that dates back thousands of years. It contains gingerol, which gives ginger its flavour. Gingerol helps protect against cancer, particularly bowel cancer, as well as boosting immune function and helping to fight infection in our bodies.