Nutrition content and antioxidant activity of black garlic

@article{Dewi2018NutritionCA,
  title={Nutrition content and antioxidant activity of black garlic},
  author={Ni Nyoman Ayu Dewi and I Wayan Mustika},
  journal={International journal of health sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={2},
  pages={11-20}
}
Black garlic is a garlic that has been naturally processed at a certain temperature in a long time. Therefore, the new chemical content and formulations are produced. Black Garlic has stronger antibacterial properties, as well as antioxidants two times higher than regular garlic due to it consists of Sallycysteine. The longer black garlic fermentation of Sallycysteine content increases. The study was intended to identify the nutritional content and antioxidant activity found on black garlic… 

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