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Garlic capsules reduce blood pressure, improve circulation, lower cholesterol levels and improve the immune system within this advanced odourless formulation.?
What is Garlic? Garlic has been used since time immemorial as a culinary spice and medicinal herb. Garlic has been cultivated in the Middle East for more than 5,000 years and has been an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The bulb is used medicinally. Garlic contains an odourless sulphur compound called Alliin. Once the clove is crushed or cut, Alliin comes into contact with an enzyme called Alliinase, to form Allicin. Allicin is the chemical considered to be responsible for the beneficial effects of garlic.
Why take Garlic supplements? Garlic has been shown to be effective in helping to support cardiovascular health. The compounds within Garlicpossesses heart health benefits that help maintain blood fluidity, as arterial walls are not clogged by high levels of cholesterol deposits, thus circulation is improved and blood pressure is reduced. All these benefits help support a healthy heart. Take Garlic if you want to reduce blood pressure, improve circulation and lower cholesterol levels.?
How Garlic works. The science behind the secret? Allicin ensures Garlic is a powerful anti-microbial. Allicin is a sulphur compound, not essentially contained within garlic, but is made when garlic is crushed or chopped. Allicin has been reported to have strong anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and anti-viral properties. Garlic contains many sulphur-containing compounds that performtogether or alone to assist the cardiovascular system. These compounds reduce the risk of oxidative stress, which can lead to damage to the blood vessel lining and enhance the possibility of vessel congestion, atherosclerosis and heart attack. Certain compounds (in particular ajoene) act as a blood thinner helping to prevent unnecessary clotting. Garlic also contains Vitamin B6, which helps the heart by reducing levels of homocysteine, an amino acid that, at high levels, can harden &narrow the arteries and create blood clots. Garlic is packed full of antioxidants, including vitamin C and selenium. The two antioxidantshelp drive out free radicals from the body. Free radicals are unstable oxygen molecules that can cause widespread damage to the body's cells and tissues, and are thought to promote many diseases, including heart disease.
Is Garlic right for me? Bioconcepts very high strength Garlic is one of only a handful on the market that has managed to combine 2000mg of Garlic in an odour-free and socially acceptable capsule.
Garlic has been used to treat the following conditions: Atherosclerosis - hardening of arteries Colon cancer (reduces risk of stomach, oesophageal, and colon cancers) Common cold High blood pressure High cholesterol High triglyceride
Recent Studies: Garlic supports cardiovascular health Most of the modern research on garlic has concentrated on its ability to lower cholesterol and blood pressure as well as offering protection against strokes and heart disease. For example, when the Journal of the Royal College of Physicians reviewed data on cholesterol in 1993, it found that after just four weeks there was a 12 per cent reduction in cholesterol levels in the research groups that had taken garlic. Scientists have also looked at the role garlic plays in helping prevent the formation of blood clots. A review of recent clinical trials, published in the Journal of Hypertension, showed that taking garlic tablets cut volunteers' blood pressure by between one and five per cent. These results led the report's authors to conclude that taking supplements could cut the incidence of stroke by anything from 30-40 per cent, while heart disease could be reduced by 20-25%. While garlic has gathered a reputation for helping to maintain a healthy heart, regular amounts of garlic seems to also help the body fight off infections. These antibacterial effects were first discovered in the early 19th century during an outbreak of infectious fever - English priests caught the fever but the French priests, who ate garlic every day, remained healthy. However, you don't need to suffer with a fever to benefit from garlic's health enhancing properties.
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