Garlic is a fabulous immune-boosting, antimicrobial, blood-pressure-lowering, cholesterol-optimizing food. And with this dressing you can use it as a dip or kick up the flavor of any dish or salad.
Garlic. Roasted in olive oil, it can melt in your mouth like butter, while chopped and raw, it can taste pungent and sharp. Our expert shares six ways that garlic boosts your health.
Include this super veggie into this bright and colorful dish. It’s packed with plenty of vitamins and minerals. Plus it makes a great loftover!
While there’s no magic “healthy pill,” there are tried-and-true ways to take your immunity superpowers up a notch.
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