Boosting your Blood Circulation

Boosting your Blood Circulation

It is often underestimated just how much it benefits you and your overall health when your heart can pump blood throughout your body without having to run at max overdrive 24/7.

It is thus vital that you know how you can take the stress off your heart by increasing your blood flow.

Not to sound like a broken record, but diet is of utmost importance. When trying to free up your blood flow, steer clear of foods that contain high amounts of bad cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) and saturated fats. Some of the big culprits are white bread, paste, rice, cookies and cake, and other foods along these lines. Recent studies suggest that including a bit more fiber in your diet can be very beneficial for your heart-health.

No good diet is complete without some exercise. You don’t have to spend two hours in the gym each day, as research has shown that 15 minutes of medium – intense training each day will more than suffice.

While exercise is really a good way to get your blood pumping, it may be that you don’t always have the time to do it or you might be in the search of a little extra health-boost.

There are a few natural remedies for increasing blood circulation. One that is currently being tested with promising results is capsaicin, the active ingredient in cayenne pepper (1/4 teaspoon per day mixed with water or sprinkled over your food).

For something more tried-and-tested, try the Manna Blood Circulation product that was formulated according to a 30 year study, which won a Nobel Prize for medicine. This natural product promotes blood flow in the body, which also helps to lower blood pressure.

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