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Garlic has proven to be one of the best healer’s of all!
Garlic is one of the best cholesterol lowering foods, whether we eat it raw, cooked or with other food.
It also contains a high amount of nutrition that makes it very good for your body to consume. If you are on a healthy eating plan consider adding some garlic to some of your meals, it is very low in calories and is therefore great to heighten and spice up your menu a bit. They consist of a fair amount of antioxidants that helps with detoxifying your body from heavy metals and can lower your cholesterol that may reduce the risk of heart disease. Some even say garlic can fight sicknesses such as the common cold by boosting the immune system.
Back in the ancient times, garlic was used as a medicine and keeping everyone healthy, so why stop now? That little bit of garlic might just prevent you from getting a cold.
You can find garlic almost anywhere! Garlic grows in most parts of the world and that makes it easy for us to find in our local stores where we can buy it for a small amount.
Garlic has so many great nutrition containing Manganese, Vitamin C, Vitamin B-6, Fiber and much more that is benefiting to your body’s health.
Next time you prepare a meal for you and your family, remember a little garlic might just benefit you more than you know.
Garlic has amazing health benefits that can improve your health greatly. Eating some garlic can boost your immune system and help you fight the common cold.
Beans are full of benefits, packed with protein, but there is also some side effects we need to take in consideration. Let’s start by taking a look at the amazing benefits of beans before we move on to the side effects they might hold.
After a great study I found Poppy seeds is best to avoid during pregnancy, particularly during the first trimester. When you’re pregnant you have to take note of every single thing you eat, no matter how small. Everything you eat plays an effect in the growth and development of your unborn baby. Here is a list of safer alternatives…
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