Thursday, November 13, 2014


Garlic is good for more than just seasoning foods. Researchers studied 100 adults taking 30 mg of garlic power for 2 years and compared them to a group not taking garlic. They found 300 mg of garlic had a protective effect on the heart. It also increased the elasticity of the aorta, which is the main artery carrying blood away from the heart.

Garlic has also been shown to lower cholesterol by 15%. Finally, it thins the blood and reduces blood pressure, which helps prevent heart attacks.

You can eat one or two cloves of garlic per day or take a supplement containing 300 mg of garlic. And for the sake of your intimate relationships make sure the supplement is deodorized garlic.

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