Healthy Eating Equals Healthy Veins

Veins are part of the human vascular system, along with arteries and capillaries. Together, these blood vessels circulate blood from the heart to each part of the body, and then back. For the average human, that’s more than 80 circulations per minute or a staggering 115,200 circulations every single day.

With age, the health of the vascular system deteriorates as blood begins to pool inside veins instead of circulating all the way back to the heart. As vein disease worsens, a variety of complications can develop. However, the good news is that eating the right foods and avoiding the wrong ones can promote healthier veins and stop vein disease in its tracks.

What To Eat

What Not To Eat

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