This flavor agent might fight cancer

A small study that found an inverse link between garlic and carcinogens with the use of a novel testing method for both markers in urine was published in Analytical Biochemistry, an international journal devoted to biology and biochemistry.

Lead researcher, Earl Harrison, PhD at Ohio State University's (OSU) Comprehensive Cancer Center explained, "what we were after was developing a method where we could measure in urine two different compounds, one related to the risk for cancer, and the other, which indicates the extent of consumption of garlic."

Source - Independent