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Cereals come in many different varieties, but most of them are notably rich in fiber, which plays a very important role in heart health and the general function of the body. Dietary fiber is able to scrape extra cholesterol out of arteries and eliminate it from the body, making it much harder for atherosclerosis to develop. Since this shrinking of the artery passages can make blood clots far more serious, and even deadly, this element of cereals and grains is very important. Some of the most popular cereals from around the world that can help prevent blood clots include wheat, maize, rice, barley, oats, sorghum and rye.

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