A study has found that those who ate raw garlic were significantly less likely to get lung cancer, even if they smoked
According to the new research, eating raw garlic twice a week can almost halve the risk of lung cancer.
Previous studies have suggested garlic protects the lungs against various conditions, and wards off other malignancies such as bowel cancer.
One study at the University of South Australia suggested that garlic could cut the risk of bowel tumours by nearly a third.
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