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Soften and Clean Blood Vessels

The savior that softens the blood vessels is found, eat daily, remove garbage and blood vessels clean slowly

The blood vessels are densely packed in the human body, and there are many branches, which are complicated. Blood supplies oxygen and oxygen to various organs and tissues through these blood vessels to ensure the health of the body. Once there is a problem with blood vessels, it will affect blood transport and cause abnormal phenomena, which is very detrimental to health.

Among them, the occurrence of blood clots in blood vessels is very serious. It can cause hardening and blockage of blood vessels, which is extremely detrimental to the health of blood vessels.

 

What is blood clot?

It is often referred to as blood clot.

In general, there are many reasons for the formation of thrombosis, mainly due to age. Sedentary inactivity, high stress in life, irregular diet, etc., all accelerate the formation of blood clots and break down slowly.

Generally, once the thrombus accumulates on the blood vessel wall, there will be a blood vessel blockage, which is very detrimental to the health of the heart, brain and blood vessels.

Soften and Clean Blood Vessels after Blood Clot

Fortunately, the savior who softened the blood vessels has been found. This few pounds of food can clean up your blood vessels, and the blood vessels gradually become clean.

 

What foods do you want to soften your blood vessels?

 

Eat Onion

Don't look at the onion, it is often used as an ingredient, and it is also used for direct cooking. There are still many ways to eat it.

However, many people said that when chopping onions, they will really be irritated by the irritating smell and tears, causing many people to fall in love with onions.

In fact, it’s a pity not to eat onions. Onions have a good ability to dilate blood vessels, reduce blood viscosity, increase blood flow, and have a good effect of softening blood vessels.

Mainly because onion contains prostaglandin A and quercetin, which helps to clear blood vessels and inhibit platelets, which has a good effect of preventing thrombosis.

 

Eat Cabbage

"Scavenger of vascular plaque", said cabbage, is a very common vegetable, related research has shown that cabbage has good anti-aging and antioxidant effects, ranking fifth among anti-cancer vegetables.

Mainly because cabbage has a good effect of unclogging and softening blood vessels, mainly because cabbage contains vitamin C, dietary fiber, carotene, can help improve the phenomenon of high cholesterol, and can also help reduce blood lipids, blood vessels are slowly softened.

In addition, it can help prevent the formation of arteriosclerosis, a veritable vascular scavenger, which is good for health.

 

Black Fungus

Auricularia auricula is also a good food for preventing thrombosis and softening blood vessels.

You may wish to eat more in your daily life. It has such an effect, mainly due to the rich nutrients it contains, containing a large amount of carbohydrates, protein, iron, calcium, phosphorus, carotene, vitamins and other nutrients, containing 375 mg of calcium per 100 grams.

It is equivalent to 7 times of crucian carp. It contains 185 mg of iron, which is equivalent to 70 times of crucian carp, which shows its high nutritional value.

Because of these nutrients, it has a good blood circulation, anti-platelet aggregation, prevents blood from becoming thick, and naturally has a good anti-thrombotic effect.

 

Some of the waste in the blood vessels comes from the diet. When dredging and softening the blood vessels, you still have to rely on these foods.

These foods are all foods that are often eaten, very inconspicuous, but all are blood vessel cleaners.

Help the blood vessels clear the waste toxins, and the blood vessels will naturally become very clean.

In addition to eating these foods, you might as well drink a cup of tea, soak in water with salvia and astragalus, all have a good effect of purifying blood, blood circulation will be accelerated.


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