Garlic is good for you. A 2007 study found that it increases hydrogen sulfide levels in the body, which could explain why people with garlic-heavy diets are less prone to certain cancers and may have better heart health. But the study focused on cultures where people consumed two medium-sized cloves every day. So, in order to reap those benefits, a lot of garlic has to be eaten.
But, there's no getting around Garlic Breath! There's tricks around that, though~
A 2014 study recently highlighted by Discover said that there are actually a number of seemingly random food items that reduce garlicky breath. They included: