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Comments by laurence
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    Paper states they supplied ‘packets of garlic’, and ‘we used raw garlic in this study’, but no mention if it was pre-crushed or whole cloves. If the average clove weighs 3g that’s over 6 cloves of garlic a day.

    Alternative conclusion - Vampire bites linked to increased triglycerides and fibrinogen.

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      Exactly. I’m debating this with my girlfriend, who is a doctor (and brilliant), and she’s going on about small sample size, genetics, exercise…

      I’m responding with low/zero financial/biological costs. Sure it needs to be repeated, but sample size was large enough for a few outliers to not skew the data that much.

      She then points out, “Do you even know how much 20 grams of garlic is?” I can tell by the twinkle in her eyes that she has a good idea.

      We started piling on the cloves. 4 large cloves later, we both started laughing