Q: Can Garlic help to fight off a cold?

A: The answer is yes!!! Garlic, along with other allium vegetables were prized by the Egyptians, Greeks, Indians, Chinese, Vikings and Romans as foods, spices and folk remedies. Modern researchers confirm that the potent allium vegetables promote healthy, normal blood pressure and cholesterol levels, healthy cellular renewal and a strong immune system.

So how do you get all those immune boosting phytonutrients from the allium family, without knocking over your neighbor? It’s simple. To get all the wellness benefits, minus the unpleasantries, supplement with GNLD Garlic Allium Complex. It’s the only product of its kind to combine bioactive phytonutrients from whole-food garlic, green onions, leeks, and chives in an effective and potent, yet non- offensive formula. GNLD’s unique Targeted Delivery Technology shields the allinase, the active enzyme in garlic, from stomach acid destruction. This allows each tablet to safely reach your intestines, where the power of the bioactive ingredients is released and any unpleasant after effects such as repeating or garlic breath is avoided!!

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Q:Fiber is a core component of your health!! An essential “non-nutrient”, fiber is a complex of indigestible carbohydrates that provide cellular structure to the plant foods we eat. Fiber occurs in the skin and pulp of fruits and vegetables, plus seeds, nuts, grains, and legumes. Soluble fiber is delivered as gums and pectins. Insoluble fiber is provided as cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin.

Fruits, vegetables and grains vary considerably in the quantity and type of fiber they contain. For example leafy cabbage, young peas, and other immature plants provide a good deal of cellulose, but very little lignin. Bran supplies high levels of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin – but contains no pectin or gums. SO diversity in your diet is key!!

Fiber, soluble or insoluble, is one preferable to another? No. It is important to get a mixture of both soluble and insoluble. And lucky for us, this variety can be found in Mother Nature. However, according to the National Cancer Institute, the average American consumes only 10-20 grams per day which falls short of their recommended 20-30 grams of daily fiber for adults.

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Q: I like Bananas but have steered away from them due to their high glycemic index, what nutritional values do bananas have and can I add them back into my diet?

A: Yes, Bananas have a high glycemic index. However, they do have many benefits as a food source. The banana is very high in potassium and as an athlete I like the instant, sustained and substantial boost of energy. It is important to understand how foods work in your body. In this case, bananas are one of those foods the you can eat, but need to be aware that a bunch every day may not be great for you. Used in a way to support your body, a banana can be very beneficial.

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