1 Tablespoon a Day Keeps Clogged Arteries Away

I’m sure that we’re all familiar about cardiovascular disease, the number one killer, the number one complicated condition that can be helped. And I want to share something with you that can help your arteries, help your heart, lower your blood pressure, lower your cholesterol, as well as getting more oxygen to all the cells throughout your body so you can stay healthy.

1 Tablespoon a Day Keeps Clogged Arteries Away
1 Tablespoon a Day Keeps Clogged Arteries Away

And when it comes to your arterial health, olive oil that’s rich in monounsaturated fatty acids helps improve your heart health by lowering your bad cholesterol levels. And extra virgin olive oil is filled with polyphenols.

It has antioxidant and antiinflammatory properties. It raises your good cholesterol, your hdls, your high density lipoproteins, that’s the cholesterol that goes into the arteries, latches onto your bad cholesterol, the ldls. It takes it back to the liver and then it excretes it from your body, which allows your arteries to stay healthy.

An extra virgin olive oil is not only known to help heart disease, but neurodegenerative diseases, cancers, as well as other systemic problems that are tied into inflammation. An extra virgin olive oil has positive effects on your digestive health. It helps stimulate the production of bile, which aids in the digestion and absorption of nutrients.

It also has a protective effect against stomach ulcers and promotes a healthy gut microbiome. And if you’re looking for weight management, taking off that fat, losing those pounds. Extra virgin olive oil slows digestion down, giving you that satiety feeling you’re not going to overeat, and it’s going to be so much easier to take off that weight.

And cayenne pepper has been associated with several health benefits for your heart and arteries. It’s a capsaicin in cayenne pepper that’s known to help dilate your blood vessels and improve blood flow. And as those arteries continue to get wider from that capsaicin, it takes so much stress off your heart, it lowers your blood pressure.

As cayenne pepper helps your circulatory system, it is also known to help strengthen your heart, your arteries, your capillaries, as well as your nerves. And cayenne pepper helps thin out the blood, preventing that clagging that occurs within those arteries.

It also lowers your bad ldls, that low dental lipor protein, which is a bad cholesterol that causes that plaqueing. And the capsaicin. And cayenne pepper has those magical, healing medicinal properties when it comes to reducing inflammation within the arterial walls.

The intima, what does that mean as those fats and cholesterol, as well as other substances in and on the arterial walls build up, we call that atherosclerosis. And those arteries now are becoming smaller and smaller, less blood supply to the heart, we call that a heart attack.

To the brain, we call that a stroke. It’s so important to keep that arterial flow moving throughout your entire body so the cells can stay healthy as well as your tissues, glands and organs throughout your body.

So just a tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil along with just a dash or two of cayenne pepper, putting it right down right before your meal, with your meal, or even after your meal can do wonderful things for your arteries and cardiovascular system.

You can do this first thing in the morning as well as at dinner time. It’s always best to have a little food inside your stomach because this cayenne pepper can give you a little bit of a kick. And if you are taking blood thinning medications, it’s always best to check with your doctor first if you are taking cayenne pepper, although with a small amount that you’d be using, I don’t foresee a problem.

But to be safe is always a good idea. So I really hope that this makes tremendous changes for your health in more than one way. Share this video with your friends and family. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.

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