Everybody is always telling you to exercise and eat healthy if you want to keep your body functioning properly. But what if you are already doing this and still struggling with blood circulation? Well, here are a few foods to include into your diet that just might give you that extra boost!
Garlic seems to act as a natural blood thinner, which can help you increase the blood flow throughout your body – especially the limbs.
It is recommended that you take in about 2-4 grams of fresh garlic each day, and also to first consult your doctor if you are on any medication for this problem.
Soluble fiber is a great way to help keep your cholesterol down and keep your arteries clean as the fiber helps remove plaques from inside the blood vessels. The best foods to eat include chick peas, apples, kidney beans, lentils, pears, bananas, apples, and oranges.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
You can help reduce blood pressure by making sure you get your fair share of omega-3 fatty acids by means of fatty fish like trout, salmon, sardines, herring, and albacore tuna.
You can also take the Manna Omega-3 Oil which are derived from cold water Salmon.
Ginkgo biloba can help to increase blood flow, especially to the brain. This may explain the herb’s famous memory-enhancing effects.
Amino acids are known to be the building blocks of protein, but they also cause a process in the body known as “vasodilation”, where the blood vessels widen and allow the blood to flow more freely. This is thanks to amino acids called “L-Arginine” and “L-Citrulline”.
The Manna Blood Circulation Support supplement contains Ginkgo Biloba, L-Arginine, L-Citrulline and Guarana to help improve healthy blood flow the natural way.
Note: When on high blood pressure medication, please talk to your doctor before using this supplement.