Cook Any Of These Mouth-Watering Recipes And Don’t Worry About Garlic Breath
Garlic one of the oldest cultivated plants, whether pickled, pureed, baked or boiled, is the cornerstone of cuisines all over the world. Highly valued throughout the ages as a culinary spice, it is still a loved ingredient for cooking.
Try any of these mouth-watering recipes: www.bonappetit.com and don’t worry about garlic breath.
The garlic bulb is an excellent source of vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), manganese, selenium and vitamin C and a good source of other minerals, including phosphorous, calcium, potassium, iron and copper. Many of the perceived therapeutic effects of #garlic are thought to be due to its active ingredient allicin. This sulphur-containing compound gives garlic its distinctive pungent smell and taste. Luckily for us foodies, the action of chopping or crushing garlic supposedly stimulates the production of allicin, however it is thought that cooking garlic might inhibit the formation of some of the perceived medicinal properties.
Tip: If you love eating garlic, but hate the lingering aftertaste or smell, try chewing #parsley and use the UltraDEX Fresh Breath Oral Spray, which eliminates bad breath compounds (VSC) instantly, not just masking them to deliver 12 hours fresh breath confidence and exceptional oral health on the go go to the website.
Alternatively, you might want to test the efficacy of the UltraDEX Performance Oral Care range at home by taking the “Garlic Test”. Follow these simple 4 steps:
- Rub fresh garlic onto the back of your hand, wait 10 seconds
- Then rinse the area with the UltraDEX oral rinse
- Wipe it off with a tissue
- Smell the result, the garlic odour has disappeared
This test is particularly impressive, because there is no interference from the usual pleasant minty smell found in most other mouthwashes and it works because one of the volatile sulphur compound (VSC), Methyl Mercaptan, present in mouth odours and in garlic juice will instantly be eliminated by the main active ingredient in UltraDEX.