Post by Dan on Jun 27, 2018 16:40:19 GMT
Top 30 Ways to Unclog Arteries and Reverse Smoking Damage
One of the biggest killers on this planet today is not what you might think; its not drinking or smoking, but clogged arteries and veins. Anybody on Earth can develop the symptoms associated with this, and over time it can lead to heart attacks and strokes. It doesnt matter if you never smoked or drank in your life, or even if you exercise and do yoga - you are still at risk from dropping dead due to this unseen menace. The good news is, the process is reversible, and there is no reason why you cant eat, drink and Smoke all day long - WHATEVER YOU WANT! - without any health risks at all, if you are aware of the following information.
Silent Killer - The Cause of Clogged Arteries.
Of course, You Are What You Eat. This simple term covers this whole paragraph. If you eat food which is high in carbohydrates and saturated fats, then you will get to a stage like this:
Top 30 Ways to Reverse Blocked or Clogged Arteries:
1. Ginko Biloba
I'm placing this at number 1 simply because this is the wonder drug the FDA wish to ban. Why? Because its 100% Natural - and you cant copyright a natural product, so all your searches for "Unclog Arteries" wont reveal this item. The ginkgo biloba tree has been referred to as a “living fossil” because it is the only living member of the Ginkgoales family, which date back to 270 million years ago, which puts this tree on earth with the dinosaurs. The ginkgo biloba tree was prominent throughout North America, Europe, and Asia during the Cretaceous period (144 million years ago.) As such, we can learn a lot from this insanely ancient seed of life. Taking two tablets of 120mg extract (50:1) per day, for 30 days, will provide very real and recognisable results. Firstly, it "Reaches Parts Other Beers Cannot Reach", in other words, Ginko cleans and clears out the very very very small pathways of the body, which has a number of amazing effects. Firstly, by flushing the brain, Ginko will raise your IQ by 10%, helping you think clearly and more easily. But it also stimulates the small veins in the other extremes of the body, and Im not just talking about poor circulation in your hands and feet. After 30 days, sexual intercourse feels completely different, and the normally boring male ejaculation suddenly feels 300% more fun. This is natures natural Viagra, and Ginko can stimulate your appetite as well as your mind and whole body, so this is perhaps the most radical natural artery unclogger we know to exist.
Warning: Do not exceed 30 day dose. Lay off for 2 or 3 months after.
"One of the best vegetables for clearing arteries, asparagus is full of fiber and minerals, as well as a long list of vitamins including K, B1, B2, C, and E. Asparagus can help to lower blood pressure and prevent blood clots that can cause serious cardiovascular illness. Try steaming raw asparagus for maximum vitamin potential!"
"Broccoli is another vegetable that is loaded with vitamin K which helps to prevent calcification or hardening of arteries, and reduces cholesterol, which can lead to serious heart conditions. This super healthy veggie also offers a heart-healthy dose of fiber which helps to normalize blood-pressure and reduce stress that may cause plaque build-up in arterial walls."
"Spinach is loaded with fiber, potassium, and folate – all of which help to lower blood pressure and keep arteries clear. According to recent studies, just one serving per day can lower risk factors for cardiovascular diseases like atherosclerosis. Why not mix it up a little? Enjoy your spinach sautéed, in a salad, or as part of a heart-smart smoothie!"
5. Mackerel, and other “Fatty” Fish
"Cold-water fish like salmon, mackerel, sardines, anchovy and tuna can help to clear arteries, because they are rich in the omega-3 fatty acids. Try to eat fish twice per week to reduce plaque build-up and inflammation that can lead to heart disease. Also, eating cold-water fish can help to improve your overall cholesterol – lowering bad cholesterol levels and increasing good (HDL) cholesterol in the blood-stream."
6. Green Tea
"Of the foods that naturally unclog arteries, Green tea - especially nutrient-rich Matcha green tea – contains high levels of catechins; antioxidant plant phenols which hinder the absorption of cholesterol during digestion. One cup of organic green tea a day also provides a natural boost to the metabolism, which can help you to lose weight, further bolstering your cardiovascular health."
Antioxidants naturally present in pomegranates do an excellent job of protecting the circulatory system from damaging oxidation which can cause plaque build-up and dangerous blood clots. Pomegranate also naturally stimulates production of nitric oxide in the blood which helps to open arteries and regulate blood pressure. Try eating fresh pomegranate or enjoy organic pomegranate juice daily!"
8. Cod Liver, Squid oil, Krill, or Calamari Oil Supplements
If you cant get enough of your Omega 3s from fish, you can always supplement your diet with these. Omega 3 is good for blood circulation, so it can help with everything from blood pressure to eye sight.
Back in the days when mankind crawled out of the primeval soup, they survived on Roots, Nuts and Berries. Nuts of all kinds are rich in just the sort of acids the body needs to clear out its systems, regulate blood flow, and helps the body feel fresh. Salted peanuts are perhaps the worst example, but if you can find Almonds, pecans, cashews, and even Brazil nuts, you will find lots of things in there which are good for circulation and the blood.
10. Magnesium! (almonds, nuts, blackstrap molasses, wheat bran and wheat germ)
Apart from fatty acids, Omega 3, L-arginine and fibre, nuts are also high in magnesium, which also helps blood flow. This can also be found in molasses and wheat, and as supplements: Magnesium gluconate, Magnesium orotate, and Chelated magnesium are the ones to look out for, 400-800mg per day.
11. Olive oil
What people have known for years in Mediterranean countries. "Only oxidized cholesterol is able to stick to your artery walls and form plaques. Monounsaturated fats present in virgin olive oil, when mixed with molecules of bad cholesterol, become less likely to be oxidized."
"Since ancient times garlic has been used to treat heart disease and hypertension. According to a study published in preventive medicine, garlic inhibits coronary artery calcification which serves as a marker for plaque formation."
"Red and Black Grapes are rich in flavonoids, quercetin, and resveratrol. These flavonoids have been found to prevent the oxidation of bad cholesterol that leads to the formation of plaque in artery walls. They also lower the risk of developing blood clots that can lead to heart attacks."
"The next time you make a sandwich or salad, consider adding a few slices of avocado in lieu of mayonnaise or heavy salad dressing. Studies have shown that the daily consumption of avocado result in improved blood cholesterol with a decrease in triglycerides and LDL of around 22% and an 11% increase in HDL – the “good” cholesterol that helps to keep arteries clear of obstructions."
15. Vitamin C and L-carnitine (Orange Juice, Rare meat, Poultry, Eggs)
"There are two different forms of the same Amino Acid, but they work differently. Acetyl L-Carnitine is a brain stim, while L-Carnitine helps the body convert fat into energy, so it’s typically used by people who are exercising and/or trying to lose weight."
"Cranberries are another antioxidant-rich food which can help to improve cardiovascular health by reducing LDL and raising HDL cholesterol levels. In fact, cranberry juice has more antioxidant power than all but one other fruit juice (100% red or black grape being the exception.) Enjoy two servings of 100% pure organic cranberry juice daily to protect your heart and improve your health."
17. Chia Seeds
"When included daily as part of a heart-healthy diet, the fiber and alpha-linolenic acid contained in just two ounces of Chia seeds can help to keep arteries clear by regulating blood pressure, reducing LDL cholesterol, and bad cholesterols, and increasing good (HDL) cholesterol."
"Just one tablespoon of ground cinnamon per day can work to reduce cholesterol levels while at the same time clearing and preventing plaque build-up. Cinnamon is also full of antioxidants which further improve cardiovascular health by protecting blood from damaging oxidation."
18. Coconut Oil
"Regular consumption of coconut oil – about 2 or 3 tablespoons per day – can help to reduce plaque build-up in the arteries by aiding the conversion of cholesterol in the blood stream into a form that our bodies can use. The high concentration of medium-chain triglyceride, lauric acid present in coconut oil is also thought to improve blood coagulation as well as to perform antioxidant functions in the blood stream, further diminishing the risk of heart disease."
20. Exercise, Sports and Sex
Of the items in this top 30 list, why is exercise only at number 20?? The reason is because some exercise can be very bad for the body if you already have clogged arteries. Imagine you had a hosepipe full of gunk, and only a small trickle of water was emerging from the other end. If this is your arm when you try to lift heavy weights, doing this is not automatically going to miraculously clear your arm of gunk so it can lift heavy weights. Instead it simply puts more strain on the heart, and this is likely to break the build-up of plaque off in chunks (just like forcing gunk from a hosepipe), and those large chunks of stuff floating around the blood stream is what causes heart attacks and strokes. The best exercise is walking, as long as you walk while moving your arms around in time with your legs. This will massage the heart and help to get the blood flowing. If you walk around with your hands in your coat or trouser pockets, you wont get most of the benefits of walking. Hands in Pockets is the Number 1 cause of gunk build-up in my opinion (for what its worth), and because people arnt walking as much these days. The number 2 reason (I think) is sitting behind desks all day (much like I do). Enjoying the slower pursuits in life will increase your body's blood flow slowly, and wont stress out the body, like trying to crack a nut with a sledgehammer. If your diet is poor, no amount of sports or sex will help you, so diet comes first or nothing will happen - hence this item comes after most of the dietary ones.
"Curcumin, the main component of Turmeric, is a powerful anti-inflammatory. Adding turmeric to your diet can seriously reduce inflammation and damage to arterial walls which are leading causes of plaque build-up and blood clots. Furthermore, studies have shown us that the high levels of curcumin in Turmeric can aid in the reduction of fatty deposits in the arteries by up to 26%."
"According to a study conducted by Korean researchers, lycopene, a compound present in tomatoes that gives them their color, helps in prevent hardening of the arteries. Researchers found that women with the highest lycopene levels in their blood had the least stiffness in their arteries."
23. Kiwi and Cantaloupe
"These antioxidant-rich foods work by reducing toxic LDL cholesterol, which is formed by a rusting process in your arteries. They can help stop the rust in its tracks and even prevent it from spreading. Eat one cup of cantaloupe or one kiwi per day to unclog your arteries."
24. D-Ribose and Vitamin B2 (Mushrooms, Milk, Eggs, cream cheese, yogurt)
"D-ribose can be instrumental in treating a myriad of cardiovascular problems including arrhythmia, angina, heart failure, peripheral vascular disease, statin-induced myalgia. Vitamin B2 also helps this function, and these can be found in Mushrooms, Milk, Eggs, cream cheese, yogurt)
"Not only is it delicious, watermelon is another fruit that is great for your heart. As an excellent natural source of the amino acid L-citrulline, watermelon can help to keep arteries clear by lowering blood pressure and decreasing inflammation. In much the same way as pomegranate, watermelon naturally stimulates production of nitric oxide, which further improves artery health and blood pressure."
"Thanks to the soluble fiber in oats, cholesterol doesn’t stand a chance. This fiber attaches itself to cholesterol and carries it right out of your system. Some studies have shown that eating just 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 cups of cooked oat-bran cereal daily can lower cholesterol levels by almost 20%."
"One of the best sources of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), flaxseeds are known for their ability to reduce blood-pressure and inflammation, helping to keep arteries clear of obstructions and improve overall heart health."
28. Whole Grains
"Trade out your bleached carbohydrates for their whole grain alternatives to give your heart health a boost. Foods like whole grain breads, whole wheat pastas, brown rice, quinoa, barley, and oatmeal have long been celebrated for their role in improving blood-cholesterol levels, keeping arteries clear, and reducing the risk of serious heart disease."
Persimmons are loaded with antioxidants and polyphenols, both of which work to decrease LDL and triglycerides in the blood-stream. Persimmons are also a great source of fiber which helps to regulate blood pressure, keep your heart healthy, and your arteries clear.
You cant have a meal without onions, and they are one of natures most versatile antioxidants, giving many health benefits and de-toxifying the blood.
How about: All of the Above!
A salad containing all the items above, followed by two tablets of Ginko Biloa, washed down with a fresh orange, pomegranate and watermelon drink.
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Disclaimer: The text above should not be taken as 'advice', medical or otherwise. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the researcher, who has no scientific background, and the quotes used are other writers who may or may not be authentic medical practitioners. The writer of the article holds no authority, or responsibility, for your actions, and you undertake this 'advice' above at your own risk. Please do your own research and consult your doctor if you have conditions, before attempting anything.
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