Blood is a liquid substance that circulates through the arteries and veins of the body. Its color is bright red or Scarlet when it has been oxygenated in the lungs and passes to the arteries where it acquires a bluish tonality when it has given up its oxygen to nourish the body’s tissues. This vital liquid is formed by plasma, a Yellowish substance in which millions of cells account for about 45% of the Volume of whole blood. A large part of the plasma is water, which
facilitates the circulation of many factors Indispensable that form the blood. In the healthy adult the blood volume is one-eleventh of the weight Body, from 4.5 to 6 liters. One cubic millimeter of human blood contains about five million corpuscles or White blood cells called leukocytes, and between 200 and 300 thousand platelets called thrombocytes.  The Which also carry many salts and dissolved organic substances.

Plasma is a complex substance that contains small amounts of plasma proteins, substances Inorganic compounds such as sodium, potassium, calcium chloride, carbonate and bicarbonate, as well as sugars, hormones, enzymes, lipids, amino acids and degradation products such as urea and creatinine. Between their plasma proteins albumin, the main agent responsible for the maintenance of blood osmotic pressure, and consequently helps in its diffusion through the blood walls.

Hemoglobin is a protein of red blood cells, it is the most important special blood pigment and Its function is the transport of oxygen from the lungs to the body’s cells. Meanwhile, we remind you that Volume 4 of the revolutionary
diet plan “12 DIETS OF PLENITUDE” provides us with a circulatory diet that with greater detail and recommendations the fulfillment of a process of natural prevention through the feeding.

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One of the primary circulatory diseases in symptomatic pictures is hypertension is high blood pressure. Because the heart can propel into the large arteries a greater volume of blood than small arterioles and capillaries can absorb, resulting retrograde pressure is exerted against the arteries. Any condition that dilates blood vessels or contract, or affect their elasticity, or any disease that interferes with the pumping function of the heart, affects blood pressure. In healthy people, blood pressure ranges from 80/45 in infants, about 120/80 at age 30, and up to 140/85 at the age of 40 years. This increase occurs when the arteries lose their elasticity, in young people absorb the momentum of heart and contraction varies among people, in the same individual at different times. Individuals with high blood pressure are more likely to suffer a stroke or heart attack. The hypertension treatment reduces this risk and includes the use of diuretic herbs. Blood pressure tends to rise with age, is also often appears in the obese person, ie who have a diet high in salt and low in potassium, drink large amounts of alcohol, it has no physical activity and suffers psychological stress . Although it is clear that the tendency to hypertension can be inherited, largely unknown genetic factors responsible for it.

Meanwhile, the lowering foods can be summarized as those with two special biochemical properties and are low-caloric fat content not harmful to the circulatory flow and content in polyunsaturated fat or omega 3, 6 and 9. Between this type of food we found the fish fillet, part dark meat bluefish species like tuna, sardines and swordfish. Cooked vegetables take first place when calorie counting is concerned, are cucumber, romaine lettuce and eggplant.

The grapefruit is one of the best foods containing inositol an antioxidant B complex that improves circulation in the alcoholic individual, and will be a topic to be discussed in future entries. Meanwhile, we remind you that the volume 4 revolutionary dietary plan “12 DIETS PLENITUD” provides us with the wide circulation diet with more details and recommendations compliance with a process of natural prevention through food.

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