Sprouts

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Sprouts may seem like little more than sandwich and salad toppings, but sprouts are actually packed with beneficial minerals and nutrients that are essential for human health. The two most important compounds found in sprouts that can affect blood clots are vitamin K and folate. Having a high amount of vitamin K in your system is well known to prevent blood clotting, which is good news for someone who is struggling with heart health. Secondly, folate can help to increase the flexibility of arteries, making it easier for blood to flow and move freely, and thus less likely to form blood clots.

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