A bit about Garlic Nutrition


Garlic is a common seasoning and ingredient that has been used for both culinary and medicinal purposes. Garlic nutrition: Per 100g contain water 69.8g, proteins 4.4g, fat 0.2g, carbohydrates 23.6g, calcium 5mg, phosphorus 44mg, iron 0.4mg, vitamin C 3mg. In addition, it also contains thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, allicin, citral and other trace elements such as selenium and germanium.

Garlic provides a lot of health benefits, it can help to improve the overall cholesterol levels, decreases clot formation and lower blood pressure, thereby reducing the risk of stroke and heart attack. Its most obvious effect is anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal, and you can use it to prevent or treat cold, simply eat two cloves of raw garlic. if you can’t stand the taste, try to crush cloves to release the garlic juice and put them into sandwiches or mix with applesauce.

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