Garlic has proven time and again to have many benefits for our bodies. Garlic is highly nutritious and has a very low-calorie count. It is a good source of vitamin C and vitamin B6, which have anti-inflammatory properties. Its unique taste means it can be used as a substitute for salt as a tastemaker in dishes.
As people with weak kidneys are requested to reduce their salt intake, garlic can be used to add taste to food and provide excellent nutritional value. Garlic’s high manganese content allows it to regulate blood sugar and promotes the production of insulin in the body.