Garlic’s cell structure contains a compound called allicin and an enzyme called alliinase. Separately, they have little potential. But once you mince garlic, these two components come into contact and create allicin, a powerful antioxidant that can kill cancer cells and prevent new ones from forming.
Garlic’s cell structure contains a compound called allicin and an enzyme called alliinase. Separately, they have little potential. But once you mince garlic, these two components come into contact and create allicin, a powerful antioxidant that can kill cancer cells and prevent new ones from forming.
Garlic’s cell structure contains a compound called allicin and an enzyme called alliinase. Separately, they have little potential. But once you mince garlic, these two components come into contact and create allicin, a powerful antioxidant that can kill cancer cells and prevent new ones from forming.

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