- Berries, grapes, ginger among foods that may help prevent vein disease
- Rutin is one of the best compounds for anti-clotting and heart-related conditions
Heredity is probably the biggest factor in whether you could become one of the 80 million people around the world with varicose veins. And while there is no cure for vein disease, there are certain foods that may give a person a fighting chance against a tough genetic hand. Consider adding these foods to your diet today!
Bring on the berries
Blueberries and blackberries are packed with rutin, a critical flavonoid with anti-clotting factors. A 2012 Harvard study measured 5,000 compounds for their ability to block a critical protein involved in the blood-clotting process. Rutin blew away the competition and was seen as having potential preventative effects for both arterial blood clots that cause strokes and heart attacks as well as venous clots seen in serious vein conditions like deep vein thrombosis. READ MORE…