Garlic Breath Delight With Tomatoes and Apples

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Garlic Breath Delight

2 tomatoes
2 apples
1 clove of garlic
sprig of parsley

This bacteria buster means business. Garlic reduces blood pressure, helps with the problem of blood clotting, and lowers the LDL that increases bad cholesterol. Garlic boosts the immune system and encourages the recovery of heart attack victims. Garlic contains allicin that inhibits bacterial growth and fungus, helping with yeast over-growths, and is useful in treating Candida. Garlic increases the flow of digestive enzymes and encourages detoxification through the skin. The addition of parsley helps in combating the unpleasant odor of garlic. This juice is worth losing a few friends over.


There are entire books written about the curative abilities of garlic. Research suggests that it reduces blood pressure, helps with the problem of blood clotting, lowers the LDL (which increases bad cholesterol), boosts the immune system and encourages recovery in heart attack victims. Garlic’s famous smell comes from allicin, which inhibits bacterial growth and fungus. It also helps with an overgrowth of yeast in the body and is used in treating Candida. Therefore, do not use odorless garlic pills. If they don’t smell, your body can’t tell.

Garlic increases the flow of digestive enzymes and encourages detoxification through the skin. Despite the odor that comes through the skin, garlic is good for you.

Using Garlic

Throwing a clove of garlic in your vegetable juice every day will be excellent for your health; nonetheless, it may reduce your social life. One clove in the juicer is enough. Five cloves will cause a life of solitude, unless you can convince all your friends, family and people within a thirty-foot radius to also take fresh raw garlic juice! A better solution is swallowing chopped garlic at night with water. It will not cause odor and will release its antibacterial agents into the colon throughout the night.


Ancient civilizations have used parsley in medications and in poultices on wounds, boils, cysts and to draw the pus out of an infected cut. Parsley is one of the highest sources of life-giving chlorophyll, which acts like iron to oxidize the blood. Chlorophyll will help neutralize the strong odor of garlic, and is used in chewing gum to sweeten breath. It is a cleanser of the kidneys, liver, and urinary tract. Parsley is effective for upset stomachs by stimulating digestive enzymes. Excellent for the colon by encouraging the peristaltic wave in the intestines.

Parsley in a Juice

Parsley juice, added to vegetable juices, will enter directly into the bloodstream, immediately impacting your body. Both flat and curly parsley have the same nutritional value. Look for healthy, dark green leaves. Parsley can be grown inside and outside the house. Will store in the refrigerator for a week. Always add parsley with other hard veggies like carrot so it will not affect the juicer. Parsley alone can be hard on a juicer.

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