Garlic and ginger protect the liver from viruses and toxins

Eating garlic more than 7 times a week reduces the risk of fatty liver disease.

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The Russian toxicologist, Professor Mikhail Kutuchov, stressed the necessity of eating garlic and ginger, and their role in maintaining the health of the liver.

The burden on this vital organ increases with the intake of fatty foods, alcohol and foods with a high sugar content.

However, there are ways to protect the liver.

“Men who eat garlic more than seven times a week, their risk of developing fatty liver disease is reduced by almost a third,” Sputnik quoted the Letidor.RU website.

Ginger can also have a beneficial effect, adding it to the diet helps fight “bad cholesterol” and infections, and stabilize blood sugar levels.

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