Black Garlic Health benefits

For centuries, the health benefits of garlic have been universally recognised.

What’s not so widely known is that Black Garlic has additional benefits to white garlic, that are turbo-charged through the ageing process. The way in which we create our Original Black Garlic leads to a decrease in the compound allicin (responsible for white garlic’s unique odour) and an increase in other compounds such as S-allycysteine (SAC). SAC is a potent antioxidant made more powerful by the fact that it is easily absorbed by the body. Many of the benefits of Black Garlic are based on its SAC content, which becomes the most abundant active component following ageing and drives many of the health benefits listed below.

 

The Original Black Garlic is lactose, gluten, wheat, fish, egg, shellfish and nut free.

No additives, no preservatives, 100% natural goodness and suitable for vegans and vegetarians. It’s a culinary game-changer and genuine real-food, superfood supplement all-in-one.

Our established track record of success makes us perfectly positioned to help create and develop an ongoing natural extension to ethically sound, sustainably sourced food offerings. And there has never been a better time to bring such a powerful, new, holistic health product to market.

 

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Improves brain health

helps you maintain good memory. Its antioxidants can reduce inflammation in the brain and help block cognitive conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.

Boosts heart health

Studies have found that adding black garlic to diets could reduce levels of blood cholesterol and triglycerides. 

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Strengthens Immunity

improves the immune system for fighting infections, including colds

Balances Blood Sugar

Diets that include black garlic have been linked to balance blood sugar levels. Researchers previously found that the high amounts of antioxidants in the ingredient could prevent diabetes complications. 

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