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Red clover improves blood flow, bone density and alleviates menopause symptoms

Posted February 26, 2014

Red clovers make beautiful flowers that can now be found just about anywhere in the US although they originally came from Europe, Africa and Northern Asia. The plants are believed to help soils by adjusting their nitrogen levels, thus making them ideal for guaranteeing better soil fertility and overall quality.

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Coffee may be Good for Blood Circulation

Posted November 30, 2013

Love your cup of coffee? Here is one more reason to love it even more – a recent research reveals coffee may have beneficial effects on circulation. The Japanese study, presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2013 in Dallas, found that caffeinated coffee improves circulation in small blood vessels of healthy individuals, as compared to decaffeinated coffee.

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Eating Blueberries Quickly Improves Blood Flow

Posted November 20, 2013

Blueberries are already touted as a healthy, antioxidant rich super food. With many studies on berries and cancer and other disease states, a new study has now also found that blueberry flavinoids improve vascular function. No wonder blueberry consumption has jumped 300 percent!

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Indian gooseberry (amla) extracts show anti-inflammatory and blood flow benefits

Posted October 31, 2013

Extracts from Indian Gooseberry (Emblica officinalis Gaertn.) may be an effective anti-inflammatory agent and anticoagulant, according to a new study from Japan.

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Ginkgo biloba promotes better blood flow and a healthy brain

Posted August 8, 2013

Over a long period of time, ginkgo biloba has developed a well deserved reputation for its main health benefits associated with improved blood circulation in the body and especially in the brain. Many health practitioners have recognized the medicinal herb’s outstanding results when it comes to improving memory and overall brain functions. This explains why Europeans have often favoured using ginkgo biloba in order to treat ailments such as dementia.

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Resveratrol may support healthy blood circulation in obese adults: Study

Posted June 11, 2013

Daily supplements of resveratrol may boost blood flow and support heart health, says a new study using DSM’s Resvida product.

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Compound in Asparagus May Ward Off Blood Clots

Posted October 27, 2012

The risk of thrombosis, commonly known as a blood clot, can represent a significant threat to overall health and quality of life. Clots that form and become unstable can break away, blocking blood flow to the brain or the heart muscle. The result can be a fatal heart attack, stroke or debilitating paralysis leading to diminished capacity that frequently signals a shortened life expectancy.

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Grapes Lowered Blood Pressure, Improved Blood Flow And Reduced Inflammation In Men With Metabolic Syndrome

Posted August 13, 2012

Consuming grapes may help protect heart health in people with metabolic syndrome, according to new research published in the Journal of Nutrition. Researchers observed a reduction in key risk factors for heart disease in men with metabolic syndrome: reduced blood pressure, improved blood flow and reduced inflammation. Natural components found in grapes, known as polyphenols, are thought to be responsible for these beneficial effects.

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Traditional Herbal Medicine Proven Effective Treatment

Posted August 1, 2012

In Korean traditional medicine, a therapy called moxibustion has long been used to treat fatigue and promote blood flow. The main ingredient in this ancient treatment is the mugwort herb, which is directly burned on to the patient’s skin or used in conjunction with acupuncture.

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Nature offers safe and effective blood thinning alternatives to mainstream drugs

Posted June 25, 2012

Millions of people in the United States take either prescription medications, aspirin or a combination of those drugs to thin their blood. The problem with prescription blood thinners and aspirin is that they all have a number of side effects associated with them, some of which can be fatal. The good news is that nature offers several effective options that are effective and far safer.

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