How pure is your blood?
When your blood is healthy, your heart is healthy. It’s a crude comparison, but it’s no different than scrubbing grease from your countertops.
How Does Your Blood Get Dirty?
I call the things that thicken your blood blood toxins. Blood toxins accumulate day by day and they all negatively affect your health when you consume:
- synthetic chemicals,
- heavy metals,
- processed foods.
Blood toxins thicken your blood, and then your cholesterol and blood pressure begin to rise. Plaque deposits line the sides of your blood vessels and arteries, and this accelerates aging by preventing the production of hemoglobin in your blood.
Blood toxins damage your enzymes, and this can lead to the failure of energy production and lower your protection against oxidated stress, which results in thick, dirty blood.
What are the main causes of oxidative stress?
- diets high in fat, sugar, and processed foods
- exposure to radiation
- smoking cigarettes or other tobacco products
- alcohol consumption
- certain medications and vaccines
- exposure to pesticides or industrial chemicals
This increases your risk of disease.
How Do You Clean Your Blood?
Start by stopping the things on the lists above. Start cooking at home and eat fresh foods at every meal.
Then, supplement regularly with a low dose of pure B3 niacin from The Carlson Company. This is the best B3 niacin ever made, in my opinion.
Check out more articles explaining why you never use a flush-free form of niacin, and when to take it. If you learn how to use niacin properly and how to adjust the niacin flush, you can plaque-proof your blood and secure better heart health easily and inexpensively at home.
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