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What food can one eat to unblock arteries?

I suspect I have blocked arteries. What food can one eat to unblock them? As a second resort, pills to take?

Je hebt gelijk Dolce...roken is niet gezond, daarvan ook de geblokte aren.

Thanks Alicia, will certainly look into it.

Not so much a case of cholesterol as sweating when I eat or excercise. Just normal clogged arteries. Smoking doesn't help I know, and I've cut down to the point of quitting.
35 mths ago

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35 mths ago

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There are a variety of foods and I hope this list can help you .... http://women.webmd.com/guide/heart-healthy-diet

35 mths ago

Rook een beetje minder sigaren Proffie :-)

35 mths ago

Good fats (like olive oil) oily fish, and pro biotic drinks. Berries like cranberry and blueberries and green leaf veg and red peppers and beetroot and rooibos tea. Avoid animal fats of any sort..esp milk, butter, cream, hidden fats in ready prepared foods and of course that obvious fat in meat. Pork is less fatty than beef...you see and can remove the fat..but beef is marbled throughout. Lean chicken. Plenty of lentils and onions and most of the indian spices like turmeric and cinnamon and nutmeg are blood cleansers. Eat loads of garlic too.

Source: reduced my cholestral from 8.1 to 4 ...just by changing diet slightly.

35 mths ago

Avoid sodium-rich foods such as processed meats, salted snack foods, cheeses, and canned foods which cause atherosclerosis. Eat foods high in potassium, calcium & magnesium. Good dietary sources of potassium include bananas, potatoes, avocados, tomato juice and grapefruit juice. Food sources rich in calcium include low-fat milk, green beans, sardines (with bones), broccoli, spinach, and tofu. Good sources of magnesium-rich foods include any legumes and seeds, such as navy beans and sunflower seeds.

Source: http://www.femmeslender.com/articles/unblock_arteries

35 mths ago

Iemand op De Aar mag dalk weet.

35 mths ago

Cod liver oil is supposed to be good, but with all the pollution in the sea, it may not be as good as it once was

35 mths ago

Hey Proffie. I have been on chronic cholesterol meds for many years and have stopped using it and started using CholesterolEase two weeks ago. I promise you I feel SO much better. you buy it in a box with 30 sachets which you dissolve in a glass of water. I bought the orange flavor and it is really nice. It assist in lowering Lp9a) cholesterol as well as helps to clean arteries naturally and improve blood circulation. It's one sachet per day or in acute cases like yours seem to be 2 to 41 per day to start off with.

35 mths ago

You suspect? Consult a professional first who can make accurate diagnosis :)

35 mths ago

Good advice above....I have to agree with Foxylady though !

35 mths ago

Excessive sweating can be caused by a LOT of other things....blocked arteries is sort of a red light?!......are you looking for a 'cure' for your sweating or for your blocked arteries?

35 mths ago

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