10 Reasons For Adding Garlic To Psoriatic and Rheumatoid Arthritis Diets
Garlic can reduce pain and inflammation in people with PA and RA.
Garlic inhibits the formation of free radicals that can cause joint damage .
Garlic is anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal and may protect against some cancers.
Garlic has cardiovascular benefits. It can reduce blood pressure and cholesterol which help to protect against atherosclerosis which means a reduction in chance of heart attack and stroke.
Studies have shown that eating both cooked and raw garlic together provided a better health benefit than eating either cooked or uncooked garlic alone.
Garlic promotes a healthy immune system.
Garlic has antioxidant properties.
Odorless form is less effective than natural garlic.
Garlic has vitamins B6 and C.
Garlic has the minerals selenium which helps regulate thyroid function and immune response and manganese an anti-oxidant.