Garlic is a fantastic flavouring to improve the taste of food and has nutritional benefits too! Doctors and health experts often advocate using raw, chopped or pressed garlic in one’s daily diet to stay healthy.

If you’re unable to digest raw garlic, you can add shredded garlic to dishes while cooking. To preserve the right amount of flavour and nutrition, ideally one must add it almost at the end of the cooking process.

Research studies indicate that Garlic is helpful in reducing triglycerides and cholesterol. It also has anti-inflammatory benefits across body systems, antibacterial and antiviral benefits, prevents cancer and improves the metabolism of iron.

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One Response to Garlic

  1. mishi says:

    much helpfull info,indeed…good job

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