The Three Most Common Kitchen Ingridients That Can Unclog Your Arteries

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Heart disease maybe a serious disease, but no one pays attention to another deadly heart condition – Atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis  or the clogging of arteries is statistically one of the leading causes of death.  Because of  the food we eat and the lifestyle we have, our health is affected without even us noticing that our health is worsening.

Though the cause of the disease is  still unknown, we can avoid it  by living a healthy lifestyle and eating better. In fact, I’ve put a list of three common ingridient that can help curb this deadly disease. These three ingredients that you can find in your kitchen can help you improve your health, while still letting you enjoy your food.

 

Garlic

 

garlic

For those who don’t know, Garlic is a super food! It can help you maintain a healthy heart, fight infections and even cancer.  Consuming 1 to 4 cloves of garlic can lower your cholesterol and prevent blood clots. So load up your daily dose of garlic with a garlic spread and garlic pasta.

 

Turmeric

 

turmeric

Turmeric is known as a powerful anti-inflammatory agent that contains curcumin. It has been shown that curcumin can reduce fatty deposits in the arteries by 26 percent and lower its inflammation (the major cause of atherosclerosis). So, get healthy and  spice up your diet with this delicious Indian spice.

 

Tomatoes

 

tomatoes

The saying “An Apple a day, keeps the doctor away” is false.  Because if we’re going to base it on facts, it should be  “A Tomato a day, keeps the HEART doctor away.” Tomato is rich in nutrients and vitamins and is also a good source of lycopene that reduces the oxidation of bad cholesterol, which leads to clogged arteries.  Tonight, make a tomato soup or fill your pasta with lots of tomato for your family dinner.

Consider exercising to have a healthy lifestyle. Working out for at least 30 minutes, five times a week can help you combat atherosclerosis.

 

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