Say Goodbye to Garlic Breath for Good!

How to get rid of garlic breath? Try this remedy! It might just be a cure to remove the smell!

 

Garlic is one of my favorite ingredients to work—I love adding minced garlic to stir-fries and veggie dips, and garlic powder to casseroles and pasta dishes. On top of its great taste, garlic provides some pretty awesome health benefits. It helps lower blood pressure and may lower the risk of certain cancers. Of course, before loading all my recipes with this super ingredient, I always consider the dreaded after-garlic breath. Luckily, there are some secret (now not so secret, since I’m sharing them with you!) ways to significantly minimize the aftermath of eating garlic. Say goodbye to garlic’s only setback.

 

Adios, Garlic Breath!

  

 I’ve got the secret to fresh, non-garlic breath in my FoodNetwork.com article. (Get a dose of garlic in my Grilled Asparagus with Lemongrass Garlic Rub.)

  

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How to get rid of garlic breath? Try this remedy! It might just be a cure to remove the smell!

 

Amy's Recipe of the Week: Greek Yogurt with Pan-Roasted Grapes

  

Get excited for the most important meal of the day AND the most wonderful time of the year. My ultimate breakfast combo is a yummy way to kick-start your holiday. Check out the recipe on my blog. (And try more of my healthy recipes!)

  

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How to get rid of garlic breath? Try this remedy! It might just be a cure to remove the smell!

 

6 Women Share the Easy Meal-Prep Tricks That Helped Them Lose Weight

 

Tired of meal prepping without results? Find out how successful ladies meal prepped their way to weight loss. I have tips for you, too, in this WomensHealthMag.com article.

  

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Amy Gorin

is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist,  media personality, and writer in the NYC area.