While ginger provides some proven health benefits, whether or not a given ginger ale beverage provides any of those benefits depends upon how much, if any, ginger it contains. Most ginger beverages contain too little gin... More »

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Most well-known brands of ginger ale do not contain real ginger. These store-bought beverages usually contain ginger flavoring that consists of a mixture of spices. More »

Ginger ale is a carbonated beverage that is classified as a soda. One 12-ounce serving of this drink has an average of 124 calories. More »

According to Clinical Correlations, The NYU Langone Online Journal of Medicine, people drink ginger ale when sick because ginger is thought to contain a number of active ingredients that help alleviate nausea and vomitin... More »

To make a simple ginger ale punch, take 2 quarts tropical fruit punch, 1 quart ginger ale and 1 quart pineapple sherbet. In a large punch bowl, pour the mixture over a block of ice. This punch serves 16 to 20 people. More »

Some of the health benefits of drinking carrot juice include a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, lung cancer, colorectal cancer, prostate cancer and leukemia. As part of a diet high in antioxidants, carrot juice ca... More »

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Oranges provide many health benefits. According to HealWithFood.org, oranges provide a high level of antioxidants, lots of vitamin C, limonene, hesperidin, narirutin and beta-cryptoxanthin. These substances support the b... More »