Products that help maintain healthy blood vessels

1. Avocado
Scientists from Mexico found that people who every day for a week to eat avocado, on average 17% reduced bad cholesterol levels decrease.
Slices of avocado can be cut into pieces and put on a sandwich or cut into cubes and add to salads.

2. Whole grains
The fiber contained in whole grains (whole wheat bread, brown rice, oats and buckwheat), removes excess cholesterol from the body.

3. Asparagus
Asparagus is one of the best natural cleaners arteries — it contains a lot of folate, which treat long-term inflammation of the blood vessels and lower blood pressure. Therefore, asparagus is considered a natural medicine that prevents blood clots.
Cook the asparagus just need a few minutes in salted water, then a drizzle with melted butter or olive oil and serve as a side dish.

4. Pomegranate
Pomegranate contains many phytochemicals that protect mucous membranes of arterial injury and inflammation. Pomegranate juice stimulates the production of nitric oxide in the body, which dilates blood vessels and improves blood flow in the vessels.

5. Broccoli
Broccoli is rich in vitamin K, which is essential for strong bones and prevent calcium deposits in plaques of cholesterol.
Furthermore, a lot of fiber in broccoli that normalizes blood pressure and cholesterol. Eat broccoli in soups and as a garnish. And the more the better.

6. Turmeric
Spice turmeric has a very strong anti-inflammatory effect, because it contains curcumin. Inflammation is the primary cause of atherosclerosis and subsequent hardening of the arteries. Curcumin also helps to reduce fatty deposits in the arteries by as much as 26%.
Add turmeric powder can be in the first and second courses, as well as warm milk.

7. Persimmon
Studies show — polyphenols, many of which this fruit (persimmon contains twice as much fiber, and more antioxidants than apple) can reduce cholesterol buildup on the inner walls of blood vessels.

8. Spinach
Potassium and folic acid, which are contained in spinach, can help lower blood pressure, and, according to recent studies, one serving of spinach a day can help reduce the risk of heart disease by 11%

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