X-Message-Number: 21803
Date: Mon, 26 May 2003 08:26:48 EDT
Subject: Re: Garlic

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Well, I'll don't end up with a cancer it seem. Given my (somewhat abusive) 
garlic consumtion I fear nothing on that side. I use it for heart and blood 
effects, if I got anticancer as well, thank to inform me of that :-)

Yvan Bozzonetti.

> Numerous studies in the laboratory involving cells and animals, as well
> as studies examining large human populations, have confirmed garlic's
> cancer-fighting powers, reports MSNBC. And it doesn't take much to do
> the trick. Less than a clove of garlic every day is enough to cut a
> man's risk of prostate cancer in half, when compared to men who eat no
> garlic. And that's not all. Garlic has also been shown to prevent
> cancers of the colon, stomach, and possibly breast.[cont.]


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