Garlic Supplement

The Many Health Benefits of Garlic

…soaked in diluted garlic juice are reported to have saved many a wounded limb in World Wars I and II. Allicin also has antimicrobrial action when taken orally. Garlic, either fresh or in supplement form, is particularly effective against fungi, such as Candida albicans. Garlic Health Benefit #3:…

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Two Supplements for Eye Health

…including cataracts and diabetic retinopathy. But, the good news is that there are two supplements for eye health that are especially good for protecting your vision health from diabetes complications. Two Supplements for Eye Health * Grape Seed Extract. Grape seed extract is a powerful antioxidant…

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If Big Pharma Could Patent This Healing Herb, They Would

…one clove of garlic daily (or its supplemental equivalent) helped support normal cholesterol levels. To get all of these powerful benefits from garlic, I suggest integrating a raw clove or two into your daily diet. If the raw deal is too much for you, try microwaving or baking garlic until it is…

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3 Healing Herbs

…of garlic and related vegetables reduces risk of gastric and colorectal cancer. In one study of more than 35,000 women in Iowa, those who ate at least one clove of garlic per week had a 32 percent lower risk of colon cancer than the women who ate it only once a month. Although garlic supplements are…

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The Many Benefits of Ginger

…ginger, either raw, cooked or in dried supplement form. In every patient, the benefits of ginger were obvious: Significant relief in pain, mobility, and swelling all were noted. You may include fresh ginger in your diet or take it as a nutritional supplement (use as directed). Also, here’s an…

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Health Benefits of Bone Broth

…with additional vegetables, if desired. Celery, onions, and carrots are good options. * Season to your preference. Bay leaves, thyme, parsley, fresh garlic and ground pepper are all delicious. * Simmer for a minimum of 2 up to 12 hours over very low heat. The longer the broth simmers, the richer the…

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Lower Blood Sugar Levels With Herbs

…the pancreas. Gymnema has been demonstrated to lower blood sugar levels in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. In a study of 22 type 2 diabetics, supplementation with this herb resulted in improved blood sugar control across the board. Furthermore, 16 of the 22 patients were able to reduce their oral…

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Could Your Gut Bacteria Signal Diabetes?

…and garlic, in particular, stimulate the growth of gut bacteria. Also consume fermented foods such as yogurt, kefir, miso, sauerkraut, kimchi, and pickled vegetables. They contain live bacteria (probiotics) that help populate the intestinal tract. * Third, consider taking a probiotic supplement for…

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Tips for Preventing Cancer

…2 g of supplemental fish oil every day. * Get at least half an hour of moderately strenuous exercise most days of the week. * Take a potent, antioxidant-rich daily multivitamin and mineral supplement. Add extra vitamin D, and consider curcumin and other immune-boosting supplements; use as directed.…

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Reap the Benefits of Glutathione

…Brussels sprouts, kale, garlic, onions, and other “stinky” cruciferous and allium vegetables, which contain sulfur compounds, help boost glutathione levels. Other dietary sources include avocado and walnuts. Leading the list of glutathione precursor supplements is N-acetyl-cysteine…

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Nurture Your Microorganisms for Optimal Health

…whole grains, and garlic, in particular, stimulate the growth of gut flora. * Consume fermented foods such as yogurt, kefir, miso, sauerkraut, kimchi, and pickled vegetables. They contain live bacteria (probiotics) that help populate the intestinal tract. * Take supplements containing prebiotics…

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Success Stories From Health & Healing Subscribers

…and decided to make some changes in his life. He gave up booze, began exercising, changed his eating habits, and started taking nutritional supplements. Today James weighs 185 pounds, and his diabetes is under control—without medication. Marlene A. of Michigan was told by her doctor that…

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