December 9, 2021

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A healthy treasure that boosts immunity in the winter

A healthy treasure that boosts immunity in the winter

Garlic is widely consumed around the world, especially in winter, when respiratory, digestive and immune problems appear. But garlic, in some ways, can help prevent most winter-season health problems with its active ingredients, according to the Boltsky website, which cares about health issues.

According to a scientific study, allicin, the main biological compound in the pound, has many therapeutic benefits, including antioxidant, antimicrobial and antiviral properties. Allicin is primarily activated when garlic is chopped or crushed.

The pound also contains essential vitamins and minerals such as calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin B6, folic acid, choline and beta carotene. According to the newspaper, the benefits of eating garlic in winter are as follows:

1. Fights cough and phlegm
Scientific research shows that garlic has powerful antiviral and antimicrobial properties. These properties help to combat the common cold and cough pathogens. Garlic is mainly eaten as a spice and added to foods, but some people use it in the form of nutritional supplements to boost immunity in the treatment and prevention of colds and coughs.

2. Strengthens the immune system
Scientists believe that pound has immunity because a compound called allicin helps maintain balance in the immune system. Experts say that the cold temperatures in winter suppress the immune system and allow germs to easily invade the body, thus increasing the production of white blood cells in the human body. .

3. Warms the body
Low temperatures in winter increase the risk of heart, digestive and respiratory problems and death. The spicy properties of the pound help to increase body temperature. Garlic cleanses the blood and improves blood production, which in turn helps to increase body temperature and provide heat.

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4. Resistant to winter allergies
A scientific study suggests that some types of garlic that have been specially treated for therapeutic purposes may have anti-allergic effects, with anti-allergic effects helping to suppress the release of ethyl acetate beta-hexosaminidase and TNF-உள்ள in black garlic. Thus preventing allergic and immune reactions such as asthma that usually intensify in the winter.

5. Controls cholesterol levels
Among the potential risk factors for heart disease in winter, increased cholesterol levels are one of the potential risk factors for heart disease, the team of researchers reports. The researchers suggested that more food intake in the winter and less physical activity may be the cause. Some people tend to increase the quantity and content of their foods to cope with the cold ambient temperature and decrease outdoor physical activity, increasing body fat. As it contains potassium and magnesium, garlic helps to greatly reduce cholesterol and maintain a healthy heart.

6. Improves digestion and metabolism
Experts say that when our bodies are exposed to cold temperatures for long periods of time, they slow down the body’s metabolism, including digestion, to store energy and heat. Garlic is one of the most important folk remedies, which helps to regulate digestion and prevent related problems, and improves the body’s metabolism to facilitate digestion.

7. Prevents toothache
Winter causes a lot of problems in the mouth and gums because low temperatures in winter can lead to decreased blood flow and increased pressure in the veins of the mouth, which can lead to toothache. The penetration of the pound helps to increase blood flow to the dental areas, while its anti-inflammatory activity can reduce pain and inflammation. Garlic also helps reduce the risk of gingivitis and tooth decay due to the presence of allicin.

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