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The Aromatic Ally: Discovering the Health-giving Properties of Garlic

2023-09-02
Lingua:English
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In today's show, “The Aromatic Ally: Discovering the Health-giving Properties of Garlic,” we will explore a well-known herb that is an ancient healer with a pungent punch. Garlic is a member of the allium family and shares a close kinship with onions, shallots, leeks, and chives. A garlic bulb is nutrient-dense, boasting a modest calorie content while being abundant in essential nutrients, such as vitamin C, vitamin B6, and manganese. These nutrients play crucial roles in the human body. One of the most widely recognized compounds responsible for garlic's health effects is allicin.

Garlic seems to have a universal effect in lowering blood pressure, showing its greatest effect on people with hypertension when compared to those with normal levels. According to a 2013 report, garlic has the potential to lower cholesterol levels in the blood, thereby reducing the risk of plaque buildup in the circulatory system. The allicin in garlic aids in strengthening the immune system. Garlic might also protect us against colds and flus by impeding the growth of viruses, bacteria, and other harmful organisms. Dr. Tracey Brigman, a trained dietician and a professor at the University of Georgia in the United States, highlights that garlic is a valuable source of phytochemicals, which play a crucial role in safeguarding cells from harm and reducing susceptibility to certain types of cancers.

Having heard the numerous health advantages of garlic, are you now intrigued to discover optimal methods of harnessing its benefits? Experts recommend opting for whole garlic rather than the pre-minced version in jars. Sizeable amounts of garlic may have blood-thinning effects, potentially elevating the risk of bleeding, particularly when taken alongside anticoagulant medications.
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