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If you take an­ti­co­ag­u­lant med­i­ca­tions such as War­farin or Heparin, talk with your doc­tor be­fore tak­ing gar­lic, as it can in­crease the ef­fect of some an­ti­co­ag­u­lants.

pres­sure (the top num­ber) was re­duced by an av­er­age of 5.1 mm Hg, and di­as­tolic by 2.5 mm Hg. The re­view also found that gar­lic en­hanced the im­mune sys­tem.

Aged Gar­lic Ex­tract is an In­flam­ma­tion Buster

An­other re­view, pub­lished in the Jour­nal of Nu­tri­tion, found that other mark­ers of ath­er­o­scle­ro­sis, such as chronic in­flam­ma­tion and cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of ar­ter­ies, were also re­duced. Al­though stud­ies showed that dif­fer­ent types of gar­lic sup­ple­ments were ef­fec­tive, re­searchers noted: “The most con­sis­tent ben­e­fits were shown in stud­ies that used aged gar­lic ex­tract (AGE).”

Stom­ach & Colon Can­cer Pre­ven­tion

One study tracked the di­ets and health of more than 40,000 women and found that reg­u­larly eat­ing sig­nif­i­cant amounts of raw or cooked gar­lic re­duced risk for stom­ach and colon can­cer.

Im­mune Health

One study found that gar­lic sup­ple­ments, taken daily dur­ing cold sea­son, help to pre­vent or shorten the du­ra­tion of colds.

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