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Garlic seems to pop up in almost every list of home remedies, and with very good reason. The highly antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory nature of garlic makes it a powerful tool for overall health. When it comes to atherosclerosis, also known as the clogging of arteries, garlic’s active ingredient, allicin, can directly lower the LDL cholesterol levels in the body. This is the “bad” cholesterol that can get blocked in the arteries and attract excess white blood cells, resulting in blood clots, heart attacks or strokes. Garlic supplements can be taken daily, or garlic can be added to one meal per day. Protection Status
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