Garlic, also known as allium sativum has strong anti-microbial, antibiotic and anti-bacterial actions. All these properties make it an excellent choice for anyone wanting to boost their immune system and help the body fight infections. Garlic can help to prevent upper respiratory tract infections such as the common cold. Garlic can also help regulate normal cholesterol levels in the blood, meaning it could be useful in helping to lower total cholesterol levels and maintain the correct ratios of HDL ('good') and LDL ('bad') cholesterol, thus slowing down the progression of atherosclerosis (hardening and thickening of the artery walls). Neulife Garlic is also a vasodilator, which means it helps to widen the blood vessels, thus increasing blood flow around the body. This could help lower blood pressure levels. Garlic contains high levels of antioxidants. Antioxidants help our bodies fight against something called free radicals. These free radicals have been linked to contributing towards certain diseases such as cancers. Antioxidants can also help with boosting our immune system, which is our body's first line of defence when it comes to fighting illness and helps protect against heart disease.
Helps to boost the immune system and fight infection and disease
Can help to prevent upper respiratory tract infections such as the common cold
May also help to regulate normal cholesterol levels in the blood
Can help slow down the progression of atherosclerosis
Acts as a vasodilator and widens blood vessels promoting flow of blood around body