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Does Eating Garlic Help Fibromyalgia?

Fibro Daily November 23, 2012

Garlic tastes delicious, but does eating it help treat fibromyalgia?

Your Fibro Support blog says it does, specifically raw garlic. This is because garlic contains antibiotic/anti-viral properties. Some researchers believe that fibromyalgia begins with a virus or bacterial infection. Garlic supposedly helps with the weakened immune system found in fibromyalgia.

And because some with fibromyalgia have drug sensitivities, garlic makes a tasty alternative to meds. However, if seriously ill, speak to a doctor and follow his or her advice about medication.

YFS offers the following menu suggestions for the treatment of fibromyalgia:

1. Start the morning with a Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar drink.
2. At lunch, a salad with fresh organic garlic slivered on top, one clove.
3. An afternoon Fibromyalgia Smoothie with organic coconut oil.

Of course, you’ll want to address the bad breath that consuming raw garlic causes, so make sure to brush your teeth, gums, and tongue for several minutes after consuming garlic, followed with mouthwash and gum. For more fresh breath tips, watch the video below.



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