How To Improve Blood Circulation | Home Remedies To Improve Blood Circulation. There are many different ways you can improve poor blood circulation. As with most health ailments, turning to food, herbs and other plants as a means to heal the body is what I most often recommend.
Blood circulation can be improved with the help of some super foods.
Start Consuming More of The Following:
1. Cold-Pressed Juice.
Freshly pressed juice is one of the best ways to improve blood circulation. When made with nutrient-dense greens and root vegetables, juice provide our body with alkalizing minerals and blood-cleansing properties that neutralize free radicals in the body. Juice is a great way to get nutrients to the blood quickly. Green juices and beetroot juices are some of the best to help rejuvenate our blood.
2. Citrus Fruit.
Citrus fruit like oranges, limes, lemons and grapefruit are loaded with vitamin C, which act like blood thinners and make capillary walls strong. Vitamin C also helps prevent atherosclerosis by strengthening the artery walls through its participation in the synthesis of collagen. It also prevents the undesirable adhesion of white blood cells to damaged arteries.
3. Ginger and Garlic.
Ginger is a known vasodilator, meaning it helps open up blood vessels and allows more blood to pass through. It is also a wonderful anti-inflammatory, which puts less stress on our cardiovascular system. Garlic on the other hand helps to cleanse the blood, and prevents plaque build-up in the arteries and veins.
Turmeric contains the active compound, curcumin, which is a natural phenol with powerful vessel-protecting properties. Curcumin has been shown to improve endothelial function by alleviating the damage from free radicals (and helping the blood vessels relax, and therefore letting more blood flow through them).
5. Foods High in Vitamin B3.
While many people take aspirin as their daily blood-thinning medication, many people aren’t aware of the more natural and safer alternative – vitamin B3 (niacin). Within 20 to 30 minutes after taking niacin or consuming foods high in niacin, your blood vessels dilate, causing a warming sensation in your body. Vitamin B3 is found readily in chia seeds, brown rice, peanuts, sunflower seeds, potatoes, tomatoes and mushrooms.
6. Hot Peppers.
Hot peppers like cayenne pepper works wonders for boosting blood circulation and heart health. Cayenne pepper contains the active compound, capsaicin, which helps stimulate the proper flow of blood throughout the body and organs. It also strengthens the arteries and capillaries.
Lifestyle Changes To Reverse Poor Blood Circulation.
Don’t forget to adopt the following lifestyle changes if you don’t do them already to help improve poor blood circulation.
1. Start Drinking More Water.
Try to aim for at least 3 to 4 litres of water every day.
2. Consider Adopting A Plant-Based Diet.
you’ll feel better in your body and have a lowered risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and so much more.
A plant-based diet has even been branded as the new heart attack proof diet, the wonders it does for our cardiovascular system is outstanding.
Even if you can’t eat totally plant-based, make sure a good portion of your diet includes plenty of leafy greens, herbs, vegetables, fruit and plant-based fats.
3. Stop Eating Processed Foods.
Overly processed foods like frozen foods and packaged foods should be avoided if you want a healthy circulatory system.
4. Exercise Regularly.
Exercising regularly is important to keep your heart muscles strong. In fact, exercise is one of the only ways to keep your heart functioning well into your old age. Whenever you move, you’re training the muscles that ensure your blood circulation stays healthy.
5. Quit Smoking.
Tobacco is terrible for the cardiovascular system.
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