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Eating Garlic, Feeling Good

Filed Under: Herbs at 1:36 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak
GarlicGarlic is one of the most popular ingredients in culinary. Part of the onion family, garlic (Allium sativum) is commonly used as a seasoning or condiment.

Garlic salt is also widely used around the world, adding a delicious taste to many popular dishes. Garlic bread is one of the best sellers as well.

The bulb of garlic is divided in numerous sections called cloves, the most commonly used part of the plant. It has been used as a culinary spice and medicinal herb for many years and researches continue to find new benefits, increasing the number of “garlic lovers”.

Many studies have shown that garlic supports the cardiovascular system. In addition, it may lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood. Good news for the ladies: most studies have proved that garlic’s cardio benefits are most notable in women.

Garlic may help fighting a couple more health issues. It’s one of the best products to treat atherosclerosis. Daily intake of garlic supplements may protect your arteries from hardening, a common disease of the major blood vessels characterized by fatty streaks along the vessel walls and by deposits of cholesterol and calcium.

Garlic can also help reducing the risk of esophageal, stomach and colon cancer, as well as reducing high blood pressure.

Many people enjoy eating garlic and could be preventing potential problems. However, if you don’t like garlic but still want to get the results from its supplements, several odorless garlic products are available.

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2 Responses to “Eating Garlic, Feeling Good”

  1. Marcelo says:

    Good to know, because my fiancee, Juliana, loves garlic. She put it on everything. Once I did a barbecue with garlic…really good too…good stuff.

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