A Garlicky Weekend

Bear Paw Garlic is made from the leaf of A. ursinum, a wild garlic plant found in Europe. This unique garlic, also known as alpine wild garlic, has more ‘active’ garlic substances, including allicin as well as substances not found in ‘cultivated’ garlic. Bear Paw Garlic is not made from the bulb as other garlic supplements. The result is a supplement with nearly 20 times more adenosine, which is effective in regulating cholesterol and blood pressure. Bear Paw Garlic also contains vital peptides, flavonoids, and fructanes for improved health. To summarize, Bear Paw Garlic:

• Helps maintain healthy blood pressure
• Helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels
• Displays antioxidant activity
• Odorless upon digestion

Check out more details and watch a short video here: http://www.chrisbyrnes.com/cardiovascular/bear-paw-garlic/

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Other pointers:

Garlic is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. For centuries, garlic has been considered a “cure-all” and is said to be able to treat just about every ailment from the cold to the Plague! There aren’t too many Plagues about these days but there are a few other ways you can use garlic to improve your health:

Acne – Most people at some point in their lives suffer from acne or poor skin complexion. Companies make a fortune selling facial washes and creams to help. The problem is that there are many reasons for acne including hormones, diet and stress. Although garlic on its own is unlikely to cure acne, it can certainly be used in conjunction with other treatments.

Garlic is thought to work because of its antibiotic and blood cleansing properties. When using garlic in your food, make sure you crush and chop it up. This will help release the active compounds. Hint: these compounds are already pre-released in AIM’s Bear Paw Garlic capsules. Another way to utilize garlic regularly is to create your own garlic oil (something fancy many restaurants have on hand). You do this by placing a few cloves in a bottle of olive oil and then drizzle it over a salad.

Cardiovascular Health and High Cholesterol – If you enjoy eating Mediterranean or Far Eastern food you’ll notice that garlic is used a lot. The good news is that people from those native areas also have low incidences of cardiovascular disease.

Cholesterol can be a confusing area of health. On one hand it is essential whilst on the other hand it can kill us. This is because there are two types of Cholesterol – HDL and LDL. The latter type is considered bad. Modern medicine has found that garlic contains allicin which scavenges hydroxyl radicals (OH). This is turn is thought to prevent LDLs from being oxidized. Hint: As noted above, AIM’s Bear Paw Garlic capsules are full of allicin.

Antioxidant – Allicin naturally increases antioxidant enzymes atalase and glutathione peroxidase in your blood. These can actually help protect against the damaging effects of cigarette smoking! They also slow the aging process of your liver by inhibiting lipid peroxidation.

Anti-Bacterial – Garlic has 1% of the potency of penicillin (notice the -llicin above?) and can ward off a number of bacteria such as Listeria, Salmonella, E. coli, Cryptococcal meningitis, Candida albican and Staphylococcus. The problem with most antibiotics is that bacteria develops resistance to them, however this is not the case with garlic.

These benefits were first realized back in the early 19th century when English priests caught infectious fever. The French priests, who ate garlic everyday, didn’t.

Blood Clots – Clinical trials, which were published in the Journal of Hypertension, showed that the blood pressure of volunteers was reduced 1 – 5% after taking garlic supplements. This may not sound a lot but this small reduction can reduce the chance of a stroke by 30-40% and heart disease by 20-25%!

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