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Blood vessels are affected by many different things in the body, including nutrient supply, behavioral choices, environmental effects, and temperature, among others. Even stress hormones can affect blood vessels, causing them to shrink or contract, thus boosting blood pressure and making it easier for blood clots to obstruct or completely block the flow of blood. Celery is commonly overlooked as a vegetable, but it has been directly linked to lower levels of stress hormones in the body. Therefore, if you’re at high risk for blood clots, then adding celery can at least keep your blood vessels from becoming too narrow!

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