Skim milk has been directly linked to proper functioning of blood platelets in the body, and can ensure that they don’t clump up and lead to blood clots. However, normal full-fat milk should be avoided if you want to prevent blood clots or improve heart health, because the normal fat from milk can often stick to the walls of arteries and exacerbate cardiovascular conditions. The high calcium content of skim milk is the active component that helps prevent blood clots and encourages blood vessels and arteries to relax and expand.
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