Poor blood circulation can be due to many factors that are beyond our control such as genetics or ailments. However, it is most often caused by factors which we can control such as lifestyle choices, exercise and diet. A simple way to start acting upon blood circulation problems is by including certain foods into your everyday eating habits that might give you a blood circulation boost.
Citrus Fruits –
Not only are citrus fruits great antioxidants, they are also rich in vitamin C, which is a natural blood thinner. Fruits you should include are grapefruit, kiwis, papaya, cantaloupe, tangerines, strawberries and then of course, oranges.
Nuts and Seeds –
These contain plenty of vitamin E, which is a great way of preventing blood clots. Good sources of vitamin E are walnuts, almonds, pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds.
Spices and Herbs –
If you enjoy spicy food, then you are in luck. Spices like cayenne helps raise the body’s temperature which then boosts the blood flow. Another great ingredient is turmeric, which is a root often used in Indian food, and acts as an antioxidant and blood thinner.
Garlic and Onions –
These help prevent build-up in the artery walls, making it easier for blood to flow through, as well as lowering cholesterol. It is also a fantastic natural antibiotic.
Lycopene is a pigment found in many different foods which gives it a red or pink colour. You can find it in foods like persimmon, apricots, pink grapefruit, watermelon, tomatoes and guava.
Dietary Supplement to help increase blood flow
The Manna Blood Circulation Support was formulated with the best, well researched ingredients to help increase blood flow in the most natural way without any side effects.
Posted by Pierre Roux on 2nd Jul 2013
I am a type 2 diabetic and I travel a lot. I don’t always get to eat correctly. I have been taking Manna Blood Circulation Support for a while and every time I have a check-up my doctor always comments how good the blood flow is to my feet.