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Garlic.

Originally Posted by Chicken
Do you think that half of a head of garlic will make a difference?


Sure it will.

You’ll certainly smell the difference if you aren’t used to eating it.

A clove is a single section in a bulb (or head) of garlic.

If you eat three cloves a day you can still have a normal life. If you eat three heads a day you will soon discover which of your friends have odor sensitivities.

Garlic is awesome, but there can be too much of a good thing.


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Garlic is a very very powerful food for me, In fact it’s the only food/herb/supp that I’ve ever felt REAL changes from.

Without doubt it does the following to me:-

1. Vastly improves my libido + erection strength/frequency
2. Gives me more morning/night woods
3. Makes me feel more ‘switched on’ or ‘tuned in’
4. Gives me more sex dreams + wet dreams

However, if I have to much or eat it later than the afternoon, it causes me to have very restless sleep with very strange and highly vivid (but always pleasant) dreams.

Powerful stuff no doubt :)

Yesterday I was watching a movie called “Bal poussieres” on TV5 Monde.

In the movie they give their husband (in the movie the gu has 6 wives) a mixture of Cola and Garlic for him to perform.

Apparently(according to the movie) its a killer erection enhancer.


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Check out the other garlic threads under “Similar Threads” at the bottom of the page.


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I used to take garlic pills all the time and my ex gf never complained of the taste when she swallowed.

I have quiet a bit of garlic naturally in my diet, I love the stuff. Never tried supplements though.


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Garlic is good for everything. It strengthens the immune system and it even helps the body to get rid of heavy metals. Aaand, it repels vampires! :)


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Garlic Supplementation Increases Testicular Testosterone and Decreases Plasma Corticosterone in Rats Fed a High Protein Diet

Yuriko Oi1, Mika Imafuku, Chiaki Shishido, Yutaka Kominato*, Syoji Nishimura* and Kazuo Iwai

Laboratory of Nutrition Chemistry, Faculty of Home Economics, Kobe Women’s University, Suma-ku, Kobe 654-8585, Japan and * Riken Chemical Industry Limited Company, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto 612-8404, Japan

ABstract

The effects of garlic supplementation on protein metabolism were investigated by measuring testis testosterone and plasma corticosterone in rats fed diets with different protein levels. In Experiment 1, rats were fed experimental diets with different protein levels (40, 25 or 10 g/100 g casein) with or without 0.8 g/100 g garlic powder. After 28 d of feeding, testosterone contents in the testis were significantly higher and plasma corticosterone concentrations were significantly lower in rats fed 40 and 25% casein diets with garlic powder than in those fed the same diets without garlic powder. Urinary excretion of 17-ketosteroid (an index of testosterone), nitrogen balance and hepatic arginase activity were significantly higher in rats fed the 40% casein diet with garlic powder than in the 40% casein controls. In Experiment 2, the effect of diallyldisulfide (a major volatile sulfur-containing compound in garlic) on the secretion of luteinizing hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland, which regulates testosterone production in the testis, was investigated in anesthetized rats. Plasma LH concentration increased dose dependently after administration of diallyldisulfide (P < 0.01, r = 0.558). These results suggest that dietary supplementation with 0.8 g/100 g garlic alters hormones associated with protein anabolism by increasing testicular testosteroneand decreasing plasma corticosterone in rats fed a high protein diet.

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Last edited by marinera : 05-27-2009 at .

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18097508

The inhibitory effects on adult male reproductive functions of crude garlic (Allium sativum) feeding.

AIM: to investigate the effects of crude garlic on adult male rat reproductive functions. METHODS: Thirty male rats were divided into five groups: group 1 (untreated) and groups 2, 3, 4 and 5 were fed for 30 days with 5%, 10%, 15% and 30% crude garlic, respectively. Testes and accessory organs were weighed and some markers were assessed. Light and electron microscopy observations were also performed. RESULTS: A significant decrease was observed in the body weight of groups 4 (14%; P < 0.01) and 5 (20%; P < 0.01); of the prostate weight in group 5 (29.1%; P < 0.05) and of seminal vesicle weight in groups 3 (14.4%; P < 0.01), 4 (18.3%; P < 0.01) and 5 (27.3%; P < 0.01). In contrast, testis and epididymis weights were unchanged. In epididymis tissue, the alpha glucosidase activity and the spermatozoa density were unchanged. The treatment resulted in a significant decrease in testosterone serum levels in groups 3 (77.3%; P < 0.01), 4 (77.3%; P < 0.01) and 5 (90.9%; P < 0.01), associated with a significant increase in LH serum levels (P < 0.01). Testicular histology showed a dose-dependent increase in the percentage of empty seminiferous tubules. Moreover, testicular function was affected; a significant decrease in phosphatase acid activity (P < 0.01) and testosterone (P < 0.05) contents were observed. CONCLUSION: Crude garlic consumption during 1 month reduced testosterone secretion and altered spermatogenesis at 10%, 15% and 30% doses.


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The last 2 studies posted are only apparently inconsistent:

“……These results suggest that protein anabolism occurs in rats fed the high protein diet supplemented with garlic. Concerning the effects of garlic on protein metabolism, the different responses to garlic supplementation in rats fed normal-fat diets with different protein levels suggest that protein anabolic effects were induced by the high protein diet (40% casein diet), but not by the low protein diet (10% casein diet). The present study suggests that to induce the protein anabolic effect of garlic supplementation, the protein content in the diet should be high. Therefore, our findings suggest that protein anabolic effects were induced to a greater extent by garlic supplementation in rats fed the high protein experimental diet. Steroid hormones are produced from cholesterol in mammals. The experimental diets in the present study were normal-fat diets containing 5% corn oil, which is cholesterol free. The testosterone contents in rats fed the 40, 25 or 10% casein diet were not significantly different, whereas the testosterone contents in rats fed the 40% casein diet were significantly increased by garlic supplementation. We speculate that testicular testosterone was derived from the de novo synthesis of cholesterol in the body. Therefore, our data indicate that garlic supplementation enhanced testosterone production in the testis.

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(same study posted in #24)

Originally Posted by marinera
The last 2 studies posted are only apparently inconsistent:

“……These results suggest that protein anabolism occurs in rats fed the high protein diet supplemented with garlic. Concerning the effects of garlic on protein metabolism, the different responses to garlic supplementation in rats fed normal-fat diets with different protein levels suggest that protein anabolic effects were induced by the high protein diet (40% casein diet), but not by the low protein diet (10% casein diet). The present study suggests that to induce the protein anabolic effect of garlic supplementation, the protein content in the diet should be high. Therefore, our findings suggest that protein anabolic effects were induced to a greater extent by garlic supplementation in rats fed the high protein experimental diet. Steroid hormones are produced from cholesterol in mammals. The experimental diets in the present study were normal-fat diets containing 5% corn oil, which is cholesterol free. The testosterone contents in rats fed the 40, 25 or 10% casein diet were not significantly different, whereas the testosterone contents in rats fed the 40% casein diet were significantly increased by garlic supplementation. We speculate that testicular testosterone was derived from the de novo synthesis of cholesterol in the body. Therefore, our data indicate that garlic supplementation enhanced testosterone production in the testis.

…….

(same study posted in #24)

Thanks, that makes the dual findings a lot clearer to read.

I should post this link in a separate thread: http://www.thinkmuscle.com/articles…don/diet-01.htm since it has some good research on diet and testosterone levels. I’ve avoided extremely high protein diets personally, since it seems not to maximize testosterone. Additionally, while most bodybuilders believe that extra dietary protein is needed to gain muscle, the research seems to show that resistance training increases the use of existing dietary protein, and that a higher protein diet has no additional effect.


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Originally Posted by R Dopa

Thanks, that makes the dual findings a lot clearer to read.

I should post this link in a separate thread: http://www.thinkmuscle.com/articles…don/diet-01.htm since it has some good research on diet and testosterone levels. ..

Yes. A thread dedicated to the the various diet-testosterone relations would be interesting. Expect to see it become heated, anyway :) .

I just wanted to explain my case.

Last year I was in a ketogenic diet, around 2000 calories, about 50% protein.

After reading the study about rats I tried the garlic stuff to see what happened.

I have never been so horny in my life, and all my lifts in the gym increased dramatically.

This lasted about a month before I couldn’t deal with the smell.

I have tried it again, but I can’t go longer than a week before people complaining about the smell.

In any case, as soon as I have some free time (IT consultant) I’m planning on going to a lab to check my test before and after the garlic diet with a lot of protein. I’m pretty sure the feelings I get are not placebo only.

If only could get rid of the damn smell.


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Garlic, nature’s antibotic. It kills everything nasty in ya.

I eat a clove or two a day to ward off colds, and vampires!

Garlic is great, suppose to help with high cholesterol to.

Originally Posted by R Dopa
Thanks, that makes the dual findings a lot clearer to read.

I should post this link in a separate thread: http://www.thinkmuscle.com/articles…don/diet-01.htm since it has some good research on diet and testosterone levels. I’ve avoided extremely high protein diets personally, since it seems not to maximize testosterone. Additionally, while most bodybuilders believe that extra dietary protein is needed to gain muscle, the research seems to show that resistance training increases the use of existing dietary protein, and that a higher protein diet has no additional effect.

Extra protein has nothing to do with testosterone production/levels, and yes, extra is needed in a daily diet to gain muscle when powerlifting or bodybuilding.


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