Does long-term consumption of garlic ,reduce the risk of gastric cancer death by 34%?

Garlic is known for its rich nutritional content, including various vitamins, proteins, and minerals that are essential for human health. Its strong antimicrobial properties and ability to enhance immunity are particularly noteworthy. 

There is a claim that allicin, a compound found in garlic, can even have anti-cancer effects. However, a study conducted over 22.3 years found that while garlic supplementation reduced the risk of gastric cancer death by 34%, it had no significant effect on the risk of developing gastric cancer. Therefore, it is not scientifically valid to rely solely on garlic for cancer prevention.

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