Many people don’t consider the impact that fiber can have on heart health, but for those people who are suffering from blood clots, or are at high risk for thrombosis, broccoli just might save your life. The high level of fiber found in asparagus can help clear out excess “bad” cholesterol from the arteries and cardiovascular system, preventing the development of atherosclerosis, the presence of which can make blood clots even more dangerous. Broccoli has been recommended for people with vascular disorders for generations, and remains a popular heart-healthy vegetable.
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