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Garlicious Nutrition Facts

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There are several thousand web sites dedicated to informing us of the nutritional benefits and valuable supportive vitamins contained in garlic.  We want you to be aware of these, but we also want you to know that Garlicious is one of the most versatile ways of getting these benefits in a way proven to have great taste.

Garlic has long been considered an herbal wonder drug, used to protect against plague by monks of the Middle Ages to treating the cold and common flu today. Hippocrates used garlic vapors to treat cervical cancer, and garlic poultices were placed on wounds during World War II as an inexpensive, and apparently quite effective replacement for antibiotics, which were scarce during wartime.

Modern science is beginning to substantiate the medicinal properties of garlic. Studies have shown garlic can control acne, suppress the growth of tumors, and is a potent antioxidant good for cardiovascular health. Other studies show garlic can reduce LDL or "bad" cholesterol and is a good blood-thinning agent to avoid blood clots that could lead to heart attack or stroke.

It is generally agreed that the stronger the taste of a clove of garlic, the higher the sulphur content the greater the medicinal value. Some people have suggested that organically grown garlic has higher sulphur content, and a greater benefit to health.

Allicin and diallyl sulphides are the two main medical ingredients that produce the garlic health benefits. Garlic contains only 4 calories per clove. You can get further information by calling the Garlic Information Hotline from Cornell University Medical College at 1-800-330-5922.

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