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Hello, I think this is an important subject.

How do you clean blood vessels?
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How do you clean blood vessels?
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During our life blood vessels get clogged so in order to stay healthy and keep normal blood pressure we have to find a way to clean them.
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During our life blood vessels get clogged so in order to stay healthy and keep normal blood pressure we have to find a way to clean them.
I wasn't aware there was an non-invasive means to achieve this (as far as reversing it). I was aware as far as means of prevention. I'm quite interested in this one. I'll be following this thread.
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5 Unbeliveable Benefits of Garlic for Your Healthy Heart


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Blood cleansing 101
The blood serves three main functions:

Transport. The blood transports gases like oxygen and carbon dioxide to and from the lungs and the rest of the body. The blood also moves nutrients from the digestive tract to the rest of the body, and transports waste products, hormones, and other cells.
Protection. The blood contains white blood cells that destroy invading microorganisms, as well as platelet factors to clot the blood and minimize blood loss from an injury.
Regulation. The blood helps to regulate your body’s pH, water balance, and temperature.
Your blood has a lot of important responsibilities, so it’s no wonder that people are looking for ways to keep their blood free of wastes and toxins.

Fortunately, your body already has a system to take care of the detox process and remove waste from the blood, namely the liver and the kidneys.

Liver. The liver is found in the upper right part of the abdomen. It helps convert food into energy. It also converts toxins, like alcohol, harmful metals, and medications, into harmless substances and ensures they are removed from the body.
Kidneys. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs responsible for filtering the blood and removing waste.
Your body’s natural detox process also involves your intestines, skin, spleen, and lymphatic system.

You’ll see a lot of unfounded claims about detox supplements that can supposedly cleanse and purify the blood. While the ingredients in these supplements might help the blood indirectly by supporting kidney and liver function, there’s no evidence to show that they have a direct impact on removing waste and toxins from the blood.


Best foods for a natural “detox”
There’s no single miracle food that will help your organs detox your blood. An overall healthy diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables is a great start.

The following foods in particular have been shown to positively affect the liver and kidney’s ability to cleanse and filter out waste and toxins from the blood:

Water
By far the best way to boost your kidneys’ performance is to drink enough water. Your kidneys depend on water to help them eliminate waste from the body. Water also helps keep your blood vessels open so that blood can move freely. Severe dehydration can lead to kidney damage.

Your urine should be light yellow or colorless throughout the day. According to the National Kidney Association, you should be producing about 6 cups of urine each day.

An adequate water intake will be different for everyone. A general rule is eight glasses of water per day, but you may need more if you engage in hard exercise or you weigh more. Men generally need more water than women.

Cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts)
Cruciferous vegetables are often recommended for people with kidney disease. They’re high in antioxidants and extremely nutritious. They have been shownTrusted Source to reduce the risk of many types of cancer, including kidney cancer.

Plus, they’re incredibly versatile. You can eat them raw, steamed, baked, grilled, or as part of a soup or casserole.

Blueberries
Blueberries are incredibly high in antioxidants, which can protect the liver from damage. Animal studiesTrusted Source have found that whole blueberries can help keep the liver healthy.

You can snack on blueberries fresh or frozen, or mix them into yogurt, oatmeal, or a smoothie.

Cranberries
Cranberries are often touted for their urinary tract benefits. They have been shown to prevent bacteria from attaching to the urinary tract, which in turn keeps your kidneys free from infection.

To access the benefits of this fruit, you can simply add a handful of fresh cranberries to oatmeal, smoothies, or even salads.

Coffee
Drinking coffee may have protective effects on the liver. StudiesTrusted Source show that drinking coffee lowers the risk of cirrhosis in people with chronic liver disease and may also reduceTrusted Source the risk of developing liver cancer.

Coffee is associatedTrusted Source with a lower risk of death in people with chronic liver disease and an improved response to antiviral treatment in people with hepatitis C. The benefits may be due to coffee’s ability to prevent the accumulation of fat and collagen in the liver.

Garlic
Garlic adds a wonderful flavor to any dish, whether raw or in powdered form. It has anti-inflammatory properties and can help lower your cholesterol and blood pressure. High blood pressure can harm the blood vessels in the kidney, so it’s a good idea to keep it in check.

Grapefruit
Grapefruit is high in antioxidants and may help control inflammation in the body. Most studies looking at the effect of grapefruit’s components have been conducted in animals, but the results are promising.

These studiesTrusted Source have found that antioxidants contained in grapefruit can help protect the liver from injury and the harmful effects of alcohol.

Apples
Apples contain a high amount of a soluble fiber known as pectin. Soluble fiber helps regulate your blood sugar levels. Since high blood sugar can damage your kidneys, anything that helps keep it in check will have an indirect, positive effect on kidney health. Apples make a great snack, especially with a bit of peanut butter.

Fish
Certain types of fish, like salmon, tuna, or sardines, are high in omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to decrease blood triglyceride levels and lower blood pressure, both of which can help out your liver and kidneys.

Keep in mind that fish are high in protein. If you already have kidney disease, you should limitTrusted Source the amount of high-protein foods you eat. Eating too much protein may make your kidneys work harder.
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I'm a nursing student, and I've learned that you can reduce the amount of plaque in your arteries over time by cleaning up your diet, lower saturated fat intake, and also using prescription lipid lowering medications. The goal is lowering the LDL cholesterol and increasing HDL by consuming healthy fats like fish oils, and flax seeds, etc.

Exercise will also improve your cholesterol levels and over time reduce plaque in your arteries, but this requires a dedicated effort in avoiding fast foods, fried foods and limited fatty meat intake and increasing fruit and vegetable intake.
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