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According to one study involving 41,000 women between the ages of 55 and 69, those who routinely ate garlic, fruits and vegetables had a 35% lower colon cancer risk.
Research also indicates that garlic can have a positive impact on your arteries and blood pressure. Researchers believe red blood cells turn the sulfur in garlic into hydrogen sulfide gas. That expands our blood vessels, making it easier to regulate blood pressure. Before putting your blood pressure medication away, though, consult your doctor to see if adding more garlic to your diet could be beneficial for you.
Animal studies suggest garlic may minimize bone loss by increasing oestrogen levels in female rodents. There are also studies suggesting taking garlic may relieve people from the inflammatory symptoms of osteoarthritis.