Garlic has been utilized as a remedy for many diseases for centuries, and ongoing investigations have demonstrated that this marvelous supply truly has numerous positive health impacts.
An examination by the University of Nottingham in the UK found that garlic reduced the risk of cancer, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
However, how much this nutrition will be healthy depends on its preparation, scientists say.
Dr Peter Rose, the main scientist in the examination, says that garlic is discharging different synthetic compounds when it is cut, thrown and fermented into alcohol.
In any case, it isn’t yet clear which technique has the best medical advantages.
“What further complicates the final conclusion is the fact that we still do not know how the human body metabolises all these substances,” says Rose.
Although it is healthful, scientists say that garlic is not an all-powerful herb that solves any health problem.
“I do not think there is one single herb that can heal all the diseases,” said Rose.
Scientists can spend billions of researches if they want, but the fact is that garlic is the only food that, besides being used to improve your eating (not to mention what the urine is doing from it), it is also used to improve immunity , against colds (no old cloves, one clove of garlic and honey every day and you will never get it), against swelling caused by insects, used to reduce swelling of the tooth, against hemorrhoids, a mask against hair loss and strengthening the root and what not yet.