blood clots

Blood clotting is a protective mechanism that helps stop bleeding. But when blood viscosity is higher than normal, it signals a malfunction in the body. If the blood is thick, the heart begins to work harder – this leads to hypertension, blocked blood vessels and even death. There are many causes of blood clots: increased stress, tissue damage, sedentary lifestyle or improper diet.

Many people underestimate the role of diet in preventing blood clots. There is no single dietary postulate, but medics can accurately name a number of foods that naturally thin the blood. We have collected them in one material, so that you know what you should add to your diet. But first, of course, it is better to consult with a therapist.


Dehydration makes the blood too viscous, so talk about maintaining water balance is not an empty word. Each person has his or her own rate of fluids per day, but on average, experts advise drinking about two liters of water.