The garlic press is one of the most important and widely read in Australia, and yet it’s also a hotbed of misinformation.
While there are some legitimate health benefits of garlic, there’s also some evidence it can cause cancer and heart disease.
So, how do we know?
A lot of research is being done to understand the effects of garlic on human health.
A lot has been done on garlic itself, but most of the research has been conducted on rats, meaning we’re not talking about garlic plants.
We’re talking about humans, so we can’t really draw any firm conclusions.
And the way that we have done this research has tended to be a little bit on the narrow side, with very few long-term studies of any kind.
We know a lot more about the human microbiome than we know about garlic.
The study by the Australian Research Council that’s been cited in the Guardian article was done by researchers from the University of New South Wales, and is the largest and most comprehensive study to date.
It’s the largest of its kind in the world, and it’s done on a large sample of people from across Australia.
It was done with over 12,000 people in the UK.
The researchers had people take a garlic supplement and measure how much garlic they absorbed.
They then looked at how that changed over time.
They found that people who took the supplement at least twice a day over the course of two years had a reduced risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease.
They also found that when people switched to the supplement, their levels of C-reactive protein, a biomarker that’s a marker for inflammation, went up by about 1.5 per cent.
So there was a reduction in the risk of cancers and cardiovascular diseases and there was also a reduction of CREBP-1, a marker of inflammation, which is an indicator of inflammation.
This was one of many studies done by the research council.
And what the researchers found is that they found the garlic supplement had a strong effect on reducing inflammation and inflammation-related diseases.
What that means is that there is a potential benefit for the microbiome and there is potential for the human body to take a risk-reducing effect from garlic supplements.
So the question is, is it safe?
There are two big issues with the current garlic use.
One is the fact that the garlic used in the study, which was called the ‘dough garlic’ that is sold at supermarkets and farmers markets, contains some very harmful chemicals.
These include bromelain and parathion.
Both of these are compounds that are known to cause damage to the human gut.
Parathion, which has been found to cause tumours, is also found in the garlic that is used to make the ‘flesh’ that’s often used in Chinese medicine.
Bromelaine is also known to be an irritant and can cause liver damage and is also a known carcinogen.
Bacteria can survive in the gut for years if they can survive a short period of time, so it’s not really a good idea to use it for long periods of time.
What the researchers were also interested in looking at was whether the effects were actually temporary or long-lasting.
They looked at the effect that the dietary intake of garlic had on the microbiome of a sample of volunteers who were then fed with the garlic.
This is a control group of people who hadn’t consumed the garlic at all.
They were then given a placebo.
This time, they were given garlic supplements for 12 weeks, and they were told to eat a lot of garlic in their diets.
They weren’t told that they were getting garlic supplements, but the supplement did contain bromillain, and so the bacteria that were already present in the sample of the garlic ingested by the volunteers who hadn, as yet, been given the garlic supplements were now present.
They did this for about two weeks, but by the end of that, the volunteers had significantly reduced their levels and their levels had fallen to what the scientists call a ‘healthy range’.
So, there was some benefit, but there was still some benefit.
And, again, there were some side effects.
For example, the amount of parathions in the volunteers’ diets was also significantly reduced, which makes sense, because the parathioles are found in garlic that has already been digested, so the beneficial bacteria are already in the intestines and not in the stomach.
There was also some loss of appetite in some of the volunteers, which suggests some gut issues may be involved.
So it’s a bit of a mixed bag, but it’s very good evidence that there may be some benefit to taking supplements that contain these two compounds that cause harmful bacteria to live in your gut.
They’re also very safe, which means you should probably be able to eat plenty of garlic without any issues.
But there are still some questions.
There’s been some debate over whether the benefit from