According to both Cornell University studies and cases published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, raw onions are much healthier than cooked ones. They might make your eyes tear up, but the sulfur compounds and antioxidants fight cancer. Another key ingredient in raw onions is allicin, which promotes a healthy heart and helps curb your hunger. If you cannot stand the thought of eating a raw onion, you can try a juice option.
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