Have you ever cut your finger? Did you notice that it bleeds immediately?
The bleeding just isn’t bigger because your blood clots, preventing a hemorrhage.
However, clotting can be good or even dangerous in certain situations, like thrombosis.
For a healthy lifestyle, our eating habits are crucial, right? Depending on some factors, our care with our diet must be doubled.
For example, if you suffer from thrombosis (a clot that blocks blood flow), your diet should be anticoagulant, with foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and lots of water.
Check out these 9 foods that can be added to your diet to prevent coagulation issues (like varicose veins and thrombosis):
Widely used in culinary, garlic is a flavorful seasoning and highly beneficial source of vitamins and other important nutrients.
Like garlic, onions flavor recipes and offer essential nutrients, like B-complex vitamins, C, antioxidants, and minerals.
Did you know that adding fish to your daily diet is super important? They are a source of proteins, omega-3, folic acid, and other essential nutrients.
Whole grape juice and Red wine
The flavonoids, phenolic acid, and resveratrol found in the skin and seeds of grapes are antioxidants with cardioprotective effect, which inhibits platelet aggregation and thrombosis.
Cayenne pepper has positive characteristics and stimulates the blood flow, preventing blood clots that cause heart attacks and strokes.
Did you know that olive oil also acts as an anticoagulant?
Also known as bancha, it is a depurative tea, which means it helps cleanse the blood.
Turmeric is an Asian spice that offers many benefits to our bodies.
An old spice with high nutritional value, cinnamon is another anticoagulant food that deserves to be highlighted.
Did you like learning about these foods that can help you with the formation of blood clots?
Remember that in cases of serious diseases (such as thrombosis), you must be followed by a doctor and use the prescribed medicines.
Your diet, in this case, will be an ally and make a lot of difference!
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1:56 Whole Grape Juice and Red Wine
2:45 Cayenne Pepper
2:54 Olive Oil
3:10 Green Tea
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