GlucoseGlucose: In humans, garlic has demonstrated glucose-lowering effects (143; 159; 160; 132), although conflicting evidence exists (149; 124; 127; 100; 148; 161; 162; 106; 150). Animal studies have reported that garlic or its constituents (such as S-allyl cysteine sulfoxide [SACS]) may decrease glucose concentrations and increase insulin secretion (303; 304),
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