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How often do you eat garlic? We know that you run away from it because of the unpleasant smell, but we also know that you rely on it when you try to get rid of a cold, flu or an infection in the body faster, being your ally for increasing immunity. Garlic is one of the most powerful foods when it comes to fighting infections, viruses and bacteria, an important natural fortifier of our immune system.

Garlic is, therefore, one of the most powerful "weapons" we can have for supporting the immune system. It has the ability to stimulate the natural production of antibodies in the body and fights infections, destroying hundreds of types of bacteria and viruses. Many specialists call it the most powerful natural antibiotic and often compare its effects to those of penicillin.

Therefore, it is not news that garlic effectively combats respiratory tract diseases and strengthens immunity. But it also has many other benefits, which you probably did not suspect. Today we reveal some of them to you.


Garlic prevents cardiovascular diseases
Apparently, garlic miraculously lowers blood pressure, if consumed regularly, for periods of at least 2 months. The active substances in garlic dilate the arteries, promote blood circulation and prevent the formation of clots. In addition, it regulates the level of glucose in the blood and helps the body process cholesterol better, lowering the level of "bad" cholesterol (LDL).

Garlic regulates intestinal transit
Many people use garlic for digestive ailments, although at first glance, the strong aroma and oils in garlic seem to do more harm than good. In fact, it seems that allicin, the substance in garlic responsible for this pungent aroma, can stimulate the stomach to produce the enzymes necessary for a healthy intestinal flora. Moreover, garlic can prove useful in case of acute constipation.

Garlic prevents cancer and cures streptococcal infections
Garlic is one of the best natural sources of germanium and selenium, but it is also extremely rich in antioxidants and antibacterial substances. Garlic has the ability to fight even more aggressive infections, such as those with streptococcus, in case of scarlet fever or diphtheria.

Garlic is also useful in certain female genital diseases
Garlic should be especially considered by women approaching the premenstrual period, because it can soothe the unpleasant symptoms of hormonal changes: hot flashes, cramps, anxiety, nervousness, mood swings, irregular menstrual flow.



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