What are garlics?
Garlic (Allium sativum) is a vegetable.
It consists of a rounded bulb buried underground mostly of whitish color, although some varieties present blue or red shades if they are tender.
The skin of garlics shows the same color as the inside, if they are tender. If they are old, red or purple
Garlics are composed of several segments, within which the germ is.
Garlics have a tangy flavor.
What are the main nutrients of garlics? Composition of garlic
As an energy source, 100 grams of garlic give us 149 calories.
Their proportion of nutrients is divided into:
They contain lots of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and B9, and small amounts of other B vitamins and vitamin E.
Nutritional characteristics of garlics
Rope of garlics with corncobs
Garlic has a high water content.
It provides little energy.
It contains very little fat, although of high quality and with many health benefits.
It has a moderate protein content.
It has many carbohydrates, especially sugars.
A moderate-fiber content.
It helps to remove toxins from our body, because it contains potassium.
Because of its calcium content, it helps the formation of strong bones.
For its content in B vitamins, particularly vitamin B6 and B9, it helps us to maintain our brain function and grow properly.
It protects us from colds, helps heal wounds, it eliminates toxins and prevents aging, because it contains vitamin C.
Garlic in the kitchen
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