Garlic is usually used as a spice in foods, but people don’t know that is can also be good for your health.
The main ingredient in garlic is allicin, which has antibacterial, antivirus, antifungal, and antioxidant properties, and are very good for keeping your body healthy.
Garlic is also full of vitamins and nutrients like vitamins B1, B6, and vitamin C, manganese calcium, copper, selenium, and others.
Eating a little garlic every day can really help, and guard, your health.
Here are the top ten ways garlic can add to your health.
Improves Heart Health
Garlic is a great food for heart health. It helps blood flow, lowers cholesterol, and stops heart disease. It also slows atherosclerosis, the hardening of the arteries, which can lead to heart attack or stroke.
Eat one or two crushed garlic cloves every morning to help heart health and stop heart disease.
Garlic can help lower blood pressure, mainly systolic blood pressure. Garlic works as a vasodilator, helping to widen blood vessels and let blood flow better.
People with high blood pressure should eat a few raw garlic cloves every day on an empty stomach. , if you do not like the taste of garlic, drink a cup of milk after eating it. You can also take garlic supplements.
Reduces Arthritis Pain
Garlic also eases pain and other signs of rheumatoid arthritis. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help bring down swelling that comes with arthritis. It also has diallyl disulfide that helps lessen enzymes that hurt cartilage.
To soothe pain from arthritis in swelling and aching joints, use garlic in your diet all the time. It is best to eat it on an empty stomach.
Garlic has a lot of vitamins C and B6, and the minerals manganese calcium and magnesium. These nutrients help the immune system work better. They also help the body take in minerals.
Garlic also has antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. These help the body guard itself from germs and fight infections.
Treats Cough and Cold
Because garlic kills bad bacteria and viruses, it is a great cure for cough and cold. It can also make sure that upper respiratory infections don’t hit as bad.
Fights Fungal Infection
Garlic also helps the body kill fungi and fight fungal infections that cause ringworm, athlete’s foot, and jock itch. It also helps fight candida.
Because garlic kills viruses and brings down swelling, it can help the body fight different types of allergies. It can also lessen swelling in the airway caused by allergic rhinitis.
Garlic can also help cure toothaches, because it kills bacteria and eases pain. Just put a piece of crushed garlic clove or some garlic oil on the aching tooth and the gum around it to make it feel better. But remember that garlic can be bothersome to the gums, so be careful how you do it.
Garlic keeps the stomach running smoothly, which helps with digestion. It also helps the stomach make gastric juices which help digestion.
Garlic can stop the body from getting cancer, mainly in the digestive system and lungs. It can also stop tumors from getting bigger, and can make some tumors get smaller. This is because it has allyl sulfur that can slow cancerous cells from growing.
Eating garlic all the time is important for people who have had cancer in their family, to lower the risk of them getting many types of cancer. For people trying to guard against cancer, garlic supplements don’t work as well as raw or cooked garlic.
0:00 What is Garlic Good For?
0:56 Improves Heart Health
1:19 Controls Hypertension
1:47 Reduces Arthritis Pain
2:18 Boosts Immunity
2:45 Treats Cough and Cold
3:22 Fights Fungal Infection
3:51 Combats Allergies
4:20 Cures Toothache
4:40 Aids Digestion
5:04 Inhibits Cancer
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