Vitamins are an important factor in keeping your veins healthy. Here is a list of a few suggested vitamins along with what they do. As always, if you are experiencing pain or issues with your legs or veins, be sure to call and discuss.
This is a cream that is typically applied to the varicose veins to strengthen the capillaries. If your skin gets punctured, the bleeding can be stopped by blood clots. Eating leafy greens like spinach, brucellosis sprouts, spinach and parsley are foods that can help you heal faster because they are rich in vitamin K.
This vitamin helps in improving the health of veins as well as blood circulation in the veins. With vitamin E, platelets will be able to stick together, apart from that; it will also prevent them from adhering to the blood wall sides. Taking vitamin E diet will help you get rid of the pain generated from leg cramps. Spinach, broccoli, kiwis are foods that have a considerable amount of vitamins. Fortified cereals will also help you get vitamin E.
With this, there will be proper blood circulation in your body. It also helps in reducing inflammation and increases collagen production. It plays an essential role in strengthening your veins walls. It speeds up healing and prevents the damage of free radicals by membranes. Adding tomatoes, berries, oranges, broccoli, lemons, and potatoes into your diet will help in reducing the symptoms of varicose veins.
Vitamin B can help in preventing varicose veins by strengthening your blood vessels. You can get vitamin B from riboflavin, thiamin, vitamin B6, pantothenic acid, niacin, biotin, Vitamin B12, and foliate. To make sure that this group of vitamins are well distributed and to help you with your vein health, you have to make sure that you are always taking a healthy balanced diet alongside this vitamin. Vitamin B is found in unprocessed foods like barley, wheat and brown rice, whole foods, meat products like turkey and liver. You can also find this vitamin from bananas, chilli peppers, potatoes and beans.
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