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What are different home remedies for Arteriosclerosis?

– Arteriosclerosis is a condition that leads to the hardening of the arteries.
– This causes heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and problems with circulation in the limbs.
– Supplementation with folic acid, B12 and B6, CoO10, selenium, omega 3 oils and antioxidants would cut the risk of Arteriosclerosis.

This condition occurs due to :
– Oxidative damage to the lining of the arteries
– Infiltration with fat-filled cells
– Formation of plaques and clots

– Smoking
– Blood sugar disorders
– Obesity
– An excess of “bad” cholesterol or LDL
– High homocysteine levels
– Diet high in refined carbohydrates and trans fatty acids
– Chronic viral or bacterial infection


1. Honey and Lemon
– This mix is known to be an effective treatment for narrowed arteries.
– It helps to loosen the plaque buildup in the arterial walls.
– Consume a mixture of honey and lemon every evening.

2. Green Tea
– This tea helps to regulate blood pressure.
– It protects the body from the effects of free radicals.
– Regular consumption of green tea helps to prevent cardiovascular disease.

3. Onions
– Onions are natural blood thinners.
– They help to prevent the coronary arteries from narrowing.
– Half a raw onion eaten per day will help to bring down bad cholesterol levels by up to 30 percent.

– Lifestyle modifications.
– Exercise is essential for good health of the cardiovascular system.
– Exercise helps to regulate blood flow throughout the body and also boosts immunity.
– It is important to stop smoking immediately.
– The arteries can loosen up and enable proper blood and oxygen flow upon eradication of smoking.
– The diet should be low in saturated and hydrogenated fats.
– Intake of processed foods should also be avoided.
– Alcohol should be avoided as it is converted into saturated fat in the body.
– It thereby leads to weight gain.
– Excessive consumption of alcohol may double the cholesterol levels in the blood.
– Excessive intake of coffee may be associated with arteriosclerosis.
– Intake of five or more cups of coffee per day can raise the risk of heart disease.
– Stress is one of the risk factors for arteriosclerosis.
– It contributes to high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
– Deep breathing, massage therapy, aromatherapy and yoga are methods to control stress and thus arteriosclerosis.

– Include lean Proteins in your diet.
– These are low in calories and fat compared to regular protein foods.
– Some good sources of lean protein include:
• fish such as salmon, cod, tuna and herring
• legumes
• skinless chicken
• low fat dairy products
– Exclude trans-fats
– Restrict the intake of transfats as these are harmful for the cardiovascular system.
– Trans fats increase the levels of bad cholesterol and lower the levels of good cholesterol.
– They are found in partially hydrogenated oils and baked goods such as breads, biscuits, pies and bagels.
– Even boxed cereal, frozen goods and fast foods contain trans fats.
– Take foods low in cholesterol and saturated fats.
– These are mainly present in foods such as red meat and meat byproducts such as sausages and canned meats.
– Full fat dairy products also contain high levels of cholesterol and saturated fats.
– Include unsaturated fats in your diet.
– Fats that should be included in your diet are healthy unsaturated fats like that from almonds, flaxseeds, peanuts and walnuts.
– These help to reduce blood cholesterol levels.
– Nut butters are also beneficial.
– Obtain unsaturated fats from olive oil and canola oil and use in your food.
– Diet must be rich in soluble fiber.
– A daily intake of just 10 grams of soluble fiber helps to bring down total cholesterol levels.
– Fiber helps to get rid of the fatty buildup along the arterial walls.
– You can get soluble fiber from whole grains and fruits such as:
• whole wheat
• oatmeal
• barley
• quinoa
• banana
• apples
• prunes
• kidney beans

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