Supplementation with aged garlic extract improves both NK and gd-T cell function and reduces the severity of cold and flu symptoms: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled nutrition intervention.
What does AGE stand for?
AGE stands for Aged Garlic Extract
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Garlic: Supplementation with Aged Garlic Extract has been shown to enhance the function of critical defensive white blood cells and shorten the duration of colds and flus.
LOS ANGELES, June 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- New research has discovered that a specific form of garlic, Aged Garlic Extract (AGE), significantly reduces low-attenuation plaque, also known as "soft plaque" or non-calcified plaque, within the arteries of patients with metabolic syndrome.
Our trial, however, is the first to assess the effect, tolerability and acceptability of aged garlic extract as an additional treatment to existing antihypertensive medication in patients with treated, but uncontrolled, hypertension.
A second part of his research includes encouraging firefighters to include aged garlic extract in their diets.
The researchers compared three different forms raw garlic, powdered garlic supplement, and aged garlic extract to placebo in 192 men and women with moderately elevated LDL cholesterol levels.
If you want to avoid catching a cold or the flu, you may want to consider taking a supplement containing aged garlic extract, or AGE.
A team at John Moores University are about to launch a clinical trail they hope will prove commercially-produced Aged Garlic Extract (AGE), should be offered to sufferers of coronary heart disease.