Garlic helps prevent Heart disease

Garlic has been used for both food and medicine for thousands of years to help prevent heart disease. Garlic supports the cardiovascular system and helps to lower high cholesterol. It helps decrease the risk factors for developing atherosclerosis, a disease that leads to high blood pressure and other serious heart problems. It may help decrease the fatty deposits on blood vessels and has a mild blood thinning effect.

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