Updated: Oct 24, 2021
The global garlic extract market is estimated to reach $15.3B by 2024*. Why is it that consumers pay big pharma big money to bottle what you can grow continuously in your own home? The reason is two-fold; your doctor tells you to take the supplement and marketing does the rest.
Garlic is so nutritious for your body that it has been proven to improve the function of our arteries as well as reducing the cholesterol levels, reducing high blood pressure, and in turn reducing stoke and heart disease risk and improving immune system function. Garlic contains vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin B1, selenium, manganese, fiber, potassium, copper, phosphorus, iron, and calcium.
How much do you need to eat to get the scientifically proven benefits? Those who eat one clove a day have better artery function than those who eat less than a clove a day. In one study, those that ate the equivalent of 1 or more cloves a day had a 50 percent increase in artery function than those that ate less or had a placebo. Dr Gregor from nutritionfacts.org published his findings on the benefits of eating garlic for pennies on the dollar.
Atherosclerosis, the number one killer of both men and women in the United States and around much of the world. It's time to start growing and re-growing garlic at home, forever.