Why does raw garlic burn when chewed

If the other diet or lifestyle leaves something to be desired in every nook and cranny, even such a “super tuber” is powerless. But the synergy effects resulting from the combination of a healthy lifestyle and the regular consumption of garlic are certainly not to be underestimated ...

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