Healthy eating habits are finally trending, and it’s time that we all get on board. So many ingredients get overlooked that could, and should, be incorporated into almost every meal. Garlic is one of those ingredients.
Properly preparing garlic is an art. Anyone who has ever used it knows this to be a daunting task at times. You have to separate the clove, peel the skin off, crush it and mince it. Even with the utmost care, it’s rarely done correctly. Here you can learn how to properly prepare garlic, so that you will be willing to use it more frequently.
Garlic is extremely nutritious, and it has very few calories. A little bit of almost everything that we need is jam-packed into those little cloves. It is rich in vitamins C, B6 and Manganese, and it also has protein and good carbs.
When you use garlic as a supplement, it is known to combat sickness and boost the immune system. Colds and flues can be warded off or their effects lessened with garlic. That alone is reason enough to add it whenever you can, especially during this time of year. In addition to that, garlic can improve cholesterol levels, reduce blood pressure and may even prevent Alzheimer’s Disease.
In ancient cultures, garlic was used to fight fatigue and to increase work capacity. It was one of the earliest substances to be used to enhance performance. If you made a resolution on January 1st to exercise more, garlic may be your way out of feeling groggy and unmotivated.
In my opinion, garlic is magnificent! The smell, the flavor and the health benefits are all ideal to me. It adds to every dish that I cook, and when I don’t use it fresh, my meals seem to suffer. Some don’t share my passion for it, but over time you could also love this beneficial ingredient. Give garlic a chance, and you could live longer and live better.