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Garlic is one of the most widely-used ingredients in human history. Its origin is uncertain, although it is believed to have first appeared in central Asia, from where it has spread all over the world. It is used as a condiment to enhance the flavour of food and has great health-giving qualities. It is good for the circulation, diuretic, and has antibacterial properties.


Nutritional values for 100 g. of Garlic


Calories 119 kcal.
Fat 0,23 g.
Cholesterol 0 mg.
Sodium 19 mg.
Carbohydrates 24,30 g.
Fibre 1,20 g.
Sugars 2,21 g.


Proteins 4,30 g.
Vitamin A 0,00 ug.
Vitamin B12 0 ug.
Iron 1,20 mg.
Vitamin C 14 mg.
Calcium 17,80 mg.
Vitamin B3 1,02 mg.