6 Foods that can help prevent blockage of your blood vessels

0

our blood vessels are responsible for the transportation or carrying of oxygenated blood (blood containing oxygen) from the heart to every other part of the body including the heart itself. In simpler words, they conduct movement of blood to all parts of the body that help in controlling the level of cholesterol in the blood helps to prevent the blockage of the blood vessels. Also, Atherosclerosis occurs when fatty deposits accumulate along artery walls. You may have heard the condition referred to as clogged arteries or a hardening of the arteries. This causes the arteries to narrow and restricts blood flow to the heart and other parts of the body.

Let's lists some foods that may help prevent blockage of your blood vessel

 Beans

 Beans also contains soluble fibre which helps to lower the level of cholesterol in the body by reducing the rate of it's absorption through the digestive tract. Eating beans is an excellent way to keep cholesterol levels in check, thereby reducing your risk of clogged arteries.

Fish

 Fish is loaded with essential nutrients, including omega-3 fats. Eating fish rich in omega-3 may help reduce the risk of atherosclerosis.

 Okro Soup

Okra contains soluble fibre which helps to lower the level of cholesterol in the blood to help prevent the blockage of blood vessels.

 Tomatoes and tomato products

 Tomatoes and tomato products contain plant compounds that may be particularly helpful for reducing the development of atherosclerosis. Studies show that consuming lycopene-rich tomato products may help reduce inflammation, boost HDL (good) cholesterol, and reduce the risk of heart disease

 Nuts (cashew nut)

Same as the others, it contains soluble fibre which helps lower the level of cholesterol in blood).

 Spinach soup(ugu soup)

 This food also contains a very good amount of fibre which helps to control the level of cholesterol and thus helps to prevent blockage of the blood vessels.

Content created and supplied by: NrsGlory (via Opera
News )

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here