HOW DOES ALLI-C DIFFER
FROM OTHER GARLIC SUPPLEMENTS??
it comes to garlic supplements, the answer is a resounding NO!
shows that the key active medicinal constituent in garlic is a powerful plant
chemical called allicin. Not a single garlic supplement available today,
except for Alli-C™, contains enough allicin to be medicinally effective.
Garlic oil and powder
supplements are produced by distilling fresh garlic, and then diluting it with
other substances. This process destroys the majority of allicin in garlic.
Therefore, the supplements rely on the human stomach to convert some of
the remaining garlic components into allicin. Although a few garlic powder
supplements are able to generate some allicin within the stomach, the amount converted,
if any is converted at all, is dependant upon optimal stomach conditions.
The process not only is unreliable, it can take
several hours, and it also can lead to unwanted garlic odor.
Alli-C™ doesn't need to wait to be converted into allicin, because each
capsule of Alli-C™ contains an abundance of allicin powder.
Alli-C™ provides its superior benefits, without producing any of the odor
commonly resulting from inferior garlic supplementation.
scientists have developed a proprietary process through which the naturally occurring
allicin in garlic is extracted, stabilized and concentrated. The end result
is the extremely potent and effective product: Alli-C™.
capsule of Alli-C™ contains 270 milligrams of allicin powder, plus 60 milligrams
of vitamin C, and 40 milligrams of bioflavonoids.
capsule of Alli-C™ is equivalent to 20 to 30 cloves of fresh, crushed garlic!
other garlic supplement on earth provides the proven benefits of Alli-C™.
Content of Alli-C™ vs. Other Garlic Supplements
milligrams of allicin powder|
1.8 milligrams* |
10.0 milligrams *|
|*Note: There is no real allicin in these
products. The allicin content listed is based on the product's "potential"
to create allicin. This is a purely theoretical yield of allicin.|
That Alli-C™ Really Works!
of potentially deadly staphylococcus bacteria have developed resistance to common
antibiotics like penicillin, streptomycin and vancomycin. In one study,
resistant strains of Staphylococcus bacteria were placed into a laboratory dish.
Pure allicin powder subsequently was placed in the center of the bacteria in the
dish. The results were dramatic: allicin powder killed all of the bacteria in
the dish! (41st Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents & Chemotherapy,
American Society for Microbiology, December 2001.)
12-week, double-blind, placebo-controlled study, allicin powder was found to reduce
the incidence of the common cold by over 50%, and allicin powder also was found
to reduce the duration of symptoms in those patients already suffering from colds.
(Advances in Therapy, July-August 2001, Volume 18, pages 189-93.)