53 thoughts on “Benefits of Garlic for Fighting Cancer and the Common Cold

  1. Great video but very sad you force us to pay $5 ,-min for your up coming webinar. I guess you've changed. Everyone loves money. Even Vegans.

  2. Once again, the whole food performs better than an extract.
    I chop fresh garlic, put it on a spoon, get it in my mouth and take a swig of water to wash it down, like taking a pill.👍
    If you chop or crush fresh garlic and let it sit for 5-10 minutes before cooking, the allicin, which is formed when the raw garlic is chopped, crushed or chewed, is not destroyed by cooking ( info from the book “Eating On The Wild Side: the missing link to optimum health” by Jo Robinson)

    So when will Nutrition Facts make some “Put It To The Test!” T-shirts?! 😊

  3. Raw Garlic + fresh lemon = a top cancer destroyer. I put both through my auger juicer to make 2 ounces of powerful extract. Use caution if you're not used to raw garlic and lemon.

  4. I found one painless way of eating raw garlic: cover a raw clove or two with honey and it won't burn your mouth or throat when you chew it up and eat it. I rarely get sick (1 every couple of years) and I eat raw garlic several times a week.

  5. I would like to know Dr. Greger's opinion about these studies that seems to shows garlic toxicity

  6. My mom eats garlic or/and onions on daily bases, and she wasnt sick for 20year and she is not even plantbased, only vegetarian

  7. Have you actually tried eating raw garlic? It burns your mouth and irritates the esophagus and stomach. and then you go on about anti-inflammatory! Your stuff is ok in theory but try it and see for yourself. To me and I have an open mind this video provides no evidence for me that garlic does anything significant to reduce cancer risk

  8. I do not remember to add garlic to my grocery haul every week. I plan on trying to remember for now on to get it every week.

  9. Just when I stopped eating garlic for a few days (due to a lack of time in the kitchen –> exam period), you decide to post this 🙂 Thanks for reminding to get back to eating it ASAP!

  10. i have removed many warts from my children and myself. replace a fresh slice of garlic on the wart with a plaster every day for a 5-7 days and boom… gone. Don't however, allow the garlic slice to overhang the wart onto normal skin, it will blister and peel.

  11. Such an interesting video! One of my friends from when I was little always had a spoonful of honey with garlic when she was sick. It's so cool to know that her remedy could actually work! Thanks for the video. Your videos always inspire me to keep posting on my channel.

  12. Dr Greger has helpfully over the course of years documented his own diet induced physical decline. He looks zombified, a clear case of End/Late Stage Veganism.

    This man is slowly starving himself to death by eating a nutrient deficient diet absent all the necessary animal foods required for sustainable human health.

  13. And the garlic should be crushed or chopped before cooking, if not having it raw. This is said to convert the beneficial compounds into an active form. It should go without saying that it must be chewed, yet I know one person who used to swallow garlic segments whole. I should think those wouldn't release their goodness and may pass out of the body like seeds do

  14. Love garlic so much and I eat it everyday! My only concern is that I feel bloating right after eating it. Why could it be? Did this ever happen to you at all? 🤔

  15. I eat 1-2 raw cloves a day in my dressings for my daily salad. Yummy however… don't forget to shower! : ) I almost never I mean never ever get sick (no exaggeration)! If I do it's sooo mild and last a day I'm not sure it was even a virus to begin with! So I'm always nursing everyone else in the house. : 0

  16. My dog had an aggressive looking growth on her eyelid the size of a pea, vets said they would have to remove half her eyelid, i applied some crushed garlic diluted with some water every day for a week and the growth shrunk to the size of a pinhead

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