Friday, July 26th, 2013

Eat Garlic for Healthy Liver

Did you know that the dash of garlic you put in to spice up your dishes and curries is good for your liver too? Since time immemorial garlic has been used to stave off evil spirits, build stamina, enhance immunity, and ward off infections. During the ancient Olympic games in Greece athletes were said to swallow garlic as a stimulant.

Garlic is a part of the lily family along with onions and chives. Undisturbed, the garlic bulb has limited medicinal properties. Chopping and crushing garlic releases the miraculous properties for which we tout garlic. Just a small amount of this pungent white bulb has the ability to activate liver enzymes that help your body flush out toxins. Garlic also holds high amounts of allicin and selenium, two natural compounds that aid in liver cleansing. And when crushed the magical potion of garlic, ie, alliin gets converted in allicin, a powerful antibiotic, that possess anti-clotting properties too.

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