The Health Benefits of Garlic
The power of garlic is famous worldwide for leaving a smell on the breath for others to discover after having consumed it within a meal. So what are the health benefits of garlic? There are many, but garlic is more than just bad breath. It is a great immune booster that goes a long way to keeping the system alive and active and keeping the bugs at bay.
Garlic contains allicin, which is an active compound that contains antibacterial and anti-fungal components.
They have made studies that show that by consuming garlic throughout the winter months over a 12-week period you have a 60% less chance of catching a cold. As we are all aware, a cold in the winter months is a nightmare and can be very hard to get rid of.
By taking garlic regularly there is many who believe it helps to fight against colds and flu.
I for one rarely suffer from a cold or flu in the winter months, and this year (2019) was no exception, even though the weather was the worst for many years with a long cold winter.
Garlic is best consumed in the vegetable form. However, those who dislike the constant reminder of the smell of garlic and the look on other people’s faces would be better off with the other variety.
Garlic comes in a tablet or powder form today, and is also non smelling, so can be consumed without the worry of having garlic breath.
Further research has shown that garlic is also a protector of the cardiovascular system.
- 0 grams of Protein
- 0 grams of Fat
- 2 grams of Carbohydrates
Garlic is very healthy for the body, mind and immune system.