Our vascular system will have blood vessels, arteries, and veins. All these help in effective functioning of the body by carrying blood and oxygen from different body parts to our heart. Among these veins are the main systems that take blood back to our heart. So, healthy veins are essential to maintain a healthy body.
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Veins will be exaggerated by various health problems like diabetes, heart problems, obesity, and even genetics. The following are few tips that help you in making your veins strong and healthy naturally.
Add colors to your plate
Vegetables and fruits including broccoli, strawberries, spinach, citrus fruits, brussels sprouts, papaya, mango, etc will have vitamin P (Bioflavonoids) that give color to fruits and flowers. Also, they will have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that help in reducing varicose veins.
So, add fresh and colorful vegetables and fruits to your diet, especially in raw form for nutritional values. This not only helps you to improve circulation and maintain healthy vein walls but also improves overall health as well.
Take fiber rich food
Fiber rich foods help to balance nutritional values and maintain digestive functioning. Also, it reduces disorders and high cholesterol that affects vascular system. In addition to these, high fiber food helps to stay away from varicose veins and maintain healthy weight.
Take high fiber grains daily, 21 to 25 gms for women per day, and 30 to 38 gms for men per day. For abundant minerals, proteins, vitamins, and fiber replace white flour by whole wheat grain flour, artificial sugar snacks by fruits, and take barley, oatmeal, brown rice, etc.
Drink lots of water
Water is very important to maintain a healthy diet, especially if you are taking high-fiber. Water not only helps fiber in doing its job but also reduces bloating/cramping too. So, take at least a glass of water before your breakfast and you can add flavors to it like lime, mint leaves, and so on.
In addition to the above, try to quit smoking, avoid Bisphenol A (BPA), and use compressions to keep your veins healthy. If you are experiencing any vein related problems, then book your free consultation and consult the best physician immediately before it become worse.