How Much Garlic Should I Eat?
This is a very good question and one which requires a good explanation. Here are a few common questions and answers about garlic.
Garlic is a very powerful and natural antibiotic that will continue to help to heal and cure illnesses throughout your life. So What makes garlic so healthy? When crushed, Garlic yields a powerful antibiotic and antifungal compound called Allicin. Garlic was also used during World War I to prevent gangrene by rubbing it on wounds. More recently it has been used to treat baldness and althletes food.
What is Garlic? It’s a strong tasting vegetable that’s part of the onion family. It is white and grows in bulbs and has a pungent flavour. tHe phytchemicals are responsible for the pungent flavour of garlic, which like onions are strongest when the cell membranes are broken through chopping.
How to get rid of garlic breath? Eat fresh parsley.
Does Garlic help to repel mosquito’s? Possibly, although there is no evidence for this, having garlic in the bloodstream is said to put off mosquito’s due to the strong taste and odour from the compound AMS (allyl methyl sulfide)
So how much garlic should I eat? 1-4 cloves a day should be a good amount to ensure that you have enough garlic in your circulation to absorb al it’s health boosting properties.
Does Garlic Kill Cancer cells? This is still under investigation, but there is some evidence to show that garlic will help prevent the number of “free radicals” that can cause cancerous cells.
Can Garlic reduce blood pressure? Yes, it lowers the level of bad cholesterol in the bloodstream, it also thins the blood, so take caution if you are taking things like aspirin or other drugs that thin the blood.