Do your hands or feet sleep or numb often? Do you get cramps? Do you feel exhausted or tired in hot weather? Do you experience swelling of the legs? Do you feel tingling in the extremities? Does your hair fall or your skin and nails are weak? That might be due to poor circulation.
You cannot have good health without a good blood circulation, which is responsible for the distribution of blood to all organs, cells and body systems. It is also important to have a good quality of blood to nourish the body efficiently through the circulation, which makes silicon reach the nails, hair, skin and other places, nourishes bone with calcium and send vitamins, minerals and oxygen to all cells, tissues and systems.
Circulation problems are mainly due to the lack of physical activity, fat accumulation or lack of elasticity in blood vessels, emotional tension and, above all, a poor diet. In this case we will give you some dietary tips to improve your circulation and quality of your blood.
Fats derived from milk, red meat, fried foods, animal meats (ham, sausage, etc.), bacon, butter, margarine, very cooked dishes and oiled, pickled, canned or processed sugar products, everything fried (potatoes toast, etc.). Excess sodium is also harmful, so you should avoid overuse of salt, and avoid drinking alcohol, smoking and irritants such as coffee or hot drinks.
Vegetable oils (soy, sesame, olive, etc.), nuts, oily fish like salmon, tuna, etc., olives, avocado, citrus fruits, (orange, tangerine, lemon, etc.) tomato, seaweed, potassium rich foods like banana, whole grains, legumes, etc.
You should include high fiber foods daily, as this helps eliminate stored fat. In addition, include pure water, drinking 2 liters a day minimum.
Blueberries are rich in Vitamin P, which increases endurance by reducing capillary fragility and are excellent for improving micro-circulation, as well as to promote the regeneration of retinal pigments. We recommend eating this fruit daily, as if they were grapes, especially in cases of capillary fragility, bleeding disorders or venous insufficiency, as well as in cases of poor night vision.
Garlic is one of the best allies of good blood circulation, among a long list of benefits, has vasodilator properties, which help your circulation improves remarkably quickly. For best utilization, take garlic in fast with a glass of warm water daily.
Foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids such as flaxseed or fish oil are also suitable in diets to improve blood circulation.
Fortunately, nature has everything to help us regain health. And herbal teas are an excellent alternative medicine to help the body to have good circulation. Here are some herbs:
Here we share some recipes so you can include in your daily menu and help your good circulation. You can drink a cup of any of the above herbs after meals.
Remember also to exercise every day, walking, swimming and hiking are great ways to maintain good circulation and heart health.
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