Pharmaceutical anti-biotics can weaken your immune system, as well as destroying good gut bacteria, leaving you open and susceptible to an overgrowth of yeast. (candida).
This is why it’s important to eat foods that will keep you strong and healthy. Garlic is one such food. It’s a supperfood, a natural anti-biotic, which can help cleanse the body from the harmful effects of bacteria, fungi and yeasts.
Enhance the flavour of your cooking with this wonderful aromatic vegetable. Pop some in amongst your roasted veggies, use them in your: soups, stews, casseroles, pasta sauces, vinaigrette dressings, and so on, or be brave and eat them raw.
I often make this dish as it’s quick, simple and tasty.
Green beans and garlic
- Steam and drain your fresh green beans.
- Then in a frying pan, add a tablespoon of olive oil and a crushed garlic.
- Add the beans to the frying pan and toss gently for a few minutes so that they take on the flavour of the garlic.
- Sprinkle with a little sea salt and serve with whatever you wish..