Garlic is mostly used to add flavor to many dishes and is part of the same family plants as onions or chives.
Is a nutritional powerhouse of nutrients that include fibers, vitamins B6 and C, manganese, selenium, and medicinal potent compounds like allicin, diallyl disulfide, and s-allyl cysteine.
Among the health benefits associated with garlic, many say it can reduce blood pressure and protect against heart diseases through its active compounds, fight colds and flues through its allicin content, can prevent Alzheimer’s and dementia through its antioxidants or it can help to maintain good bone health as it encourages estrogen production.
Garlic can be eaten raw, grilled or pickled. But many of us include it in many of our dishes to add flavor to it.
-No sugar added
-No preservatives, no additives, no added sugar
How to store garlic:
Store garlic at room temperature in a dry, dark, and well-ventilated space.