* high amounts of aspirin (salicylates), * omega-3 fatty acids,
* foods with natural antibiotic properties * vitamin E supplements Produce:Avocados, Cauliflower, Onions, Garlic,
Fish:Salmon, Bluefish, Arctic char, Mackerel, Swordfish
Be AWARE: Foods that contain lots of vitamin K such as kale brussel sprouts, spinach and broccoli cause clotting, not thinning and should be eaten in small doses.
Im not sure of any foods that contain blood thinning properties. But, if you drink more water that will thin your blood to an extent. You should speak to your doctor about prescriptions that have blood thinning properties. I know Coumadin is used as a blood thinner for patients with high blood pressure.
There are essentially only two "foods" that "thin" the blood: water and alcohol. The problem is that drinking enough of either to the point that the blood actually begins to thin will result in toxicity.
Here's the problem, blood that is inundated to the point that it actually becomes less viscous cannot do what it is intended to do. Water toxicity or alcohol poisoning are both very serious conditions, and both lead to death.
Now, that being said, it is understood what you meant here. More properly you are likely looking for foods that reduce the clotting factor of blood. Some of these foods that do promote anti-coagulation are:
Alcohol is one.
fatty greasy food
fats and sweets
It does not thicken your blood. It cloggs your blood arteries.
A thickening is a substance used to thicken foods such as sauces, gravies soups and stews. This can be a roux made of oil and flour, cornstarch, etc. Instant potato flakes can be used to thicken some foods. There are several ways to thicken foods.
No; coumadin thins the blood. Take vitamin K to thicken the blood.
I don't think you'd like to get your blood too thick but if your doctor said you need to thicken it a little bit, I'd recommend fried foods, fast foods, carbs, and more unhealthy fast foods. Hope this helped >.< M-day, out. Peace.
It thins the blood.
Some foods have thinning chemicals in them and it takes longer to thicken the blood. Some foods like salt will slow down the thinning process. Things like beer will thin blood and make it harder to clot. fruits and vegetables will help to keep blood flowing normally.
Thicken with blood
No. No reason at all it should.
all green vegetable