What Happens When You Eat Garlic On An Empty Stomach?
White garlic is always useful and often recommended by experts for enhancing the immune system and numerous other health benefits.
White garlic contains around 400 active substances, is rich in vitamins and minerals such as: adenosine, allicin, amino acids, fiber, vegetable fat, vitamin A, vitamin B1 and B2, vitamin C, iron, enzymes, essential oils, iodine, potassium, calcium selenium, sulfur and phosphorus.
Scientists have found that eating garlic on an empty stomach increases its performance as a natural antibiotic. This happens because the bacteria are detected and can’t defend themselves from the “terrible” garlic.
White garlic has a disinfectious, antibacterial and fungicidal effect, compared with the best antibiotics. The most important substance of white garlic is ahoin, which has a better effect than aspirin.
With regular use it stimulates circulation and facilitates blood flow, reduces high blood pressure and blood fat and protects against heart disease. It is an excellent antioxidant.