Bromelain as a Natural Anti-Clotting Nutrient
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist Byron J. Richards,
Bromelain is one of the best nutrients known to help dissolve things in your body that should not be there. It is little surprise that a review of bromelain animal and human studies show that it can help keep your blood from improperly clotting.
The science shows that bromelain inhibits platelets from sticking together while also protecting the walls of arteries. It has a specific effect on thrombin, helping reduce clotting factors associated with clot formation as well as reduce existing clots. Unlike the rat poison used by the medical profession, it does not interfere with needed clotting and actually speeds healing.
Many nutrients help your blood flow better and keep platelets in better working condition. Other notable choices include resveratrol Natural phenol or type of antioxidant found in red grapes, red wine. Research has shown beneficial effects as anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory agents along with supporting healthy blood sugar and cardiovasculature function., curcumin, DHA Docosahexaenoic acid Essential omega 3 fatty acid integral to the health of all cell membranes, nerve and brain function. Must be gotten through the diet via cold water oceanic fish or some very limited plant sources or taken as a supplement., tocotrienol Specialized form of vitamin E. Powerful antioxidant showing positive benefits for cholesterol, cardiovascular, neurological health and cancer risk reduction. E and pantethine. And remember, leptin receptors are on your platelets. Leptin resistance is a primary reason for sticky blood that can place you at risk for strokes. It is vital to follow the Leptin Diet regardless of your weight, and lose weight healthfully if you are overweight, in order to properly reduce risks for inappropriate clotting.
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