We have talked many times about the benefits of garlic, and it is almost always included in our recipes to improve immunity, isn't it?
Often rejected by its smell, maybe not everyone knows that the regular consumption of garlic brings interesting benefits to our body.
Garlic has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. It is also rich in vitamins, especially vitamin B (which reduces the homocysteine levels) and vitamin C (an important antioxidant to our body).
And that's why, throughout the centuries, garlic has gained the reputation of a powerful and natural anti-inflammatory!
But, did you know that the beneficial properties of garlic aren't limited only to protect us against colds?
Learn what happens to you if you start eating garlic every day:
Regulates blood pressure
If you suffer from high blood pressure, add garlic to your diet. It will dilate the blood vessels and lower your blood pressure.
Helps with memory
According to studies, garlic has compounds that prevent the aging of the brain and skin.
Gives more resistance
Did you know that garlic makes your heart and muscles work more efficiently?
Improves hair and skin
Garlic also contributes to the growth and volume of hair.
Thanks to its antibacterial and antifungal properties, garlic is good for your mouth, eliminating the harmful microbes that cause tartar and also heals hurt gums.
However, even though garlic is a superfood, it still has some contraindications. In some cases, garlic can even be dangerous.
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