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Surprising Benefits of Eating Garlic for Your Health


In recent years, garlic has become popular in the food health sector and has become a popular choice. People purchase garlic pills to get their natural benefits: anti-cold and anti-cancer.

In reality, United States performed a white mouse test to confirm that garlic has anti-cancer effects. In the experiment, all groups of rats were fed carcinogens at the same time, but the experimental group was fed garlic powder. The cancer risk of the control group, which did not have any healthy food, was found to be as low as 70%.

You may think cancer is far from you, but the impact of garlic is more than that. Garlic can lower blood pressure, adjust cholesterol, boost arteriosclerosis, prevent thromboembolism, etc. It has a highly preventive effect on cardiovascular diseases prevalent in modern urban people. The most significant thing is that consuming garlic doesn't have any side effects, except that eating it raw will cause bad breath.

The ideal way to eat garlic is to eat it raw, such as cutting it into thin slices or cooking it. People with high body heat should not eat more garlic. Some people are sensitive to garlic, and people with weak spleen and stomach, eating garlic may irritate the stomach. To prevent Hong Kong feet, cut fresh garlic into pieces and put it in the toe to have a sterilization effect.

COPYRIGHT_WI: Published on https://washingtonindependent.com/suprising-benefits-of-garlic-for-your-health/ by Rian Mcconnell on 2021-01-13T05:51:23.912Z

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Rian Mcconnell

Rian Mcconnell - Rian is a Villanova University graduate who was born in DuBois, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia with a medical degree. His residency was at Thomas Jefferson and its associated Wills Eye Hospital, and he finished his education with fellowships in cataract and corneal surgery at the University of Connecticut. He has a vast experience in ophthalmic surgery, with a focus on cataract surgery, corneal transplantation, and laser refractive procedures. He serves on the board of Vision Health International, an agency that provides eye care and surgery to indigent patients in Central and South America, in addition to his surgical practice.

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