How to clear clogged arteries

How to clear clogged arteries

If your arteries are blocked it can be challenging to unblock those blood vessels, however you can learn how to clear clogged arteries by following my health plan for the next 12 months.

Your arteries play an absolutely critical role in keeping you healthy, unfortunately too many people don’t realize that arteries are blood vessels that can become clogged up by a mixture of fat, cholesterol, calcium and other waste products in the body.

You may be following a heart healthy diet, exercising regularly and think that your arteries won’t become clogged up, according to a report in the Daily Mail half of middle-aged men who have no extra weight and don’t smoke are likely to have a heart attack?

It doesn’t seem to make sense does it, you try your best to stay healthy and yet you could end up with clogged arteries, if your arteries are blocked the chances of a heart attack or stroke occurring increase dramatically.

heart attack imageI should know, I actually thought that I was leading as healthy a life as possible, I ate the right food, I exercised regularly, I did have high cholesterol, I was taking statins, I was in my mid forties, my arteries were so clogged up that the inevitable happened.

During my weekly jog on the beach I felt some chest pain, none prior to that, I knew that something wasn’t right, first thought indigestion, wrong!

Massive heart attack happening, unbelievable chest pain, felt like my time had come to die, have you heard of the widow maker?

That’s what they call a heart attack where you had no real symptoms at all, then one day out of the blue somebody has a premature death.

I count myself extremely lucky to have survived a 95% blockage in the left anterior descending artery that resulted in the blood supply to my heart being more or less cut off.

I have spent the last 20 years studying heart disease, the causes, medications, lifestyle and trying different natural methods to clear clogged arteries, I have had success.

Right now my arteries are clear of plaque build-up, in fact I had a pulse wave analysis test recently, the results show that my heart health is comparable to someone 20 years younger, I can help you in learning how to clear clogged arteries providing you are open-minded and ready to unclog those arteries.


Perhaps you already know the reasons for clogged arteries, so do lots of doctors but nobody has come up with a way to stop or reduce plaque building up in the blood vessels, sure most doctors prescribe statin drugs, blood pressure medications etc.

The truth is and a number of cardiologists have told me that all of the medications in the world won’t get rid of plaque in the arteries, it may slow down the progression but it won’t clear it out.

Clogged arteries happen when the mixture of fat, cholesterol, calcium and other waste products stick to the arterial walls, this narrows the blood vessels creating a condition called atherosclerosis.

Clogged arteries are blocked causing fresh blood from reaching areas of the body that are vital for your health, in particular your heart and brain, what does happen when some plaque breaks off it can go up or down.

If it goes up to your brain a stroke could be the outcome, if it goes down to your heart a heart attack could be the outcome, either way means your life is at risk, so it makes sense to learn how to clear clogged arteries.

Arteries get narrower

How to clean clogged arteries imageAs time goes by your arteries get narrower, typically this process speeds up when you get into your thirties, it could be happening and you won’t even know it until it starts to affect your health perhaps in your forties or older, you may be leading a healthy lifestyle but it may shock you to find that you have clogged arteries.

Other people may have blocked arteries because of an unhealthy lifestyle, obesity, heart disease in the family, there are ways to slow down the progression of plaque build-up in the blood vessels.

Watch the food you eat

Scientific research will show you that fatty foods are not a good idea for your arteries because the type of fats that you eat can add to the mix of plaque in your arteries, all of the heart associations suggest that you limit your intake of saturated and trans fats.

The reason being that fats like these contain excessive levels of LDL cholesterol which is the primary component of arterial plaque, foods that have excessive amounts of LDL cholesterol ( transfers, saturated fats) are:

  • Processed packaged food
  • Butter substitutes
  • Biscuits or cookies
  • Fried foods
  • Pastries, cakes or pies
  • Products containing hydrogenated oils ( trans fats)
  • Crisps or chips

Now you know about foods that contain trans fats, let’s look at saturated fats that could affect your arteries, saturated fats are found mostly in animal products like dairy, beef, pork, you can also find saturated fats in products that contain palm or coconut oil.

The scientific evidence on saturated fats is mixed, one study found that by reducing saturated fat intake may reduce slightly the risk of cardiovascular disease, however one other study seems to suggest that you should avoid saturated fats altogether because they are mostly responsible for increasing the “bad” LDL cholesterol in the body.

Regular exercise

If you have read any of my posts regarding heart disease you will notice that I place a huge emphasis on regular exercise, not just for your heart health but for your mind health as well, obesity is a major risk factor in plaque build-up in clogged arteries, so if you have weight issues now is the time to start exercising regularly and reduce the likelihood of a heart attack.

Here are my recommendations for cardiovascular exercises to make your heart stronger:

  • Walking at least 5km
  • Jogging at least 5km
  • Running at least 5 km
  • Swimming for one hour
  • Playing tennis for two hours
  • Doing aerobics for one hour
  • Cycling for at least one hour
  • Walk or jog on a treadmill for 30-60 minutes

Be careful if you don’t normally exercise regularly start slowly and build it up as you go along, drink water when exercising get your heart pumping, keep it up at least 4-5 times a week, speak to your doctor if you are taking medications before starting your preferred exercise.

Stop smoking

Every health expert in the world will tell you that smoking is a major risk factor for heart disease, smoking causes damage to the arteries making those deposits of fat grow at a faster rate increasing the risk of a heart attack or worse.

Reduce stress

Scientific studies have suggested that psychological stress at high levels can cause a negative reaction in the body, I believe that this was the case in bringing forward my heart attack, practice reducing stress by doing stuff like yoga or TM, looking back perhaps these measures could have helped me to avoid that life changing event.

What can you do to clear clogged arteries

If you have managed to read this far into my article on how to clear clogged arteries you want to find out what else you can do to unclog those blocked blood vessels, this is what I did following my research into what actually happens when plaque build-up occurs in the arteries.

We know that the main components of arterial plaque are fatty deposits, bad LDL cholesterol, calcium and waste products the question that has challenged me for the past 20 years is there something else happening in the arteries that is contributing to increasing the risk of a heart attack or stroke?

No more heart disease

I did some research and by chance I read a best-selling book called ” no more heart disease” written by Doctor Louis Ignarro, I found what I considered to be the missing part of the jigsaw.

Inflammation in the arteries had been proven in studies to increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke in the book the cause of inflammation was down to a simple molecule called nitric oxide.

Nitric oxide

Nitric oxide is a form of gas that is produced in our bodies mostly from foods that we eat, nitric oxide was proven in the book ( it got a Nobel prize) to be a vital part of keeping inflammation out of the arteries.

Many foods contain arginine, arginine creates nitric oxide so your arteries can stay healthy, with the passing of time your body produces less and less nitric oxide meaning more clogged arteries.

More clogged arteries

More clogged arteries means more:

  • Heart disease ( plaque build-up)
  • Angina
  • Stroke
  • Heart failure
  • PAD ( peripheral artery disease)
  • Varicose veins
  • Premature death

How to clear clogged arteries with natural supplements

OK, so hopefully you have gotten to this part, I consider this advice to be the most important part of learning how to clear clogged arteries, it is possible to unclog those blood vessels providing you follow firstly all of the actions on eating the proper foods, exercising regularly, reducing stress, and if you smoke please stop.

how to clean clogged arteries

Supplements to remove plaque from the arteries

Trust me I have been on heart medications since my heart attack, I had a stent inserted following my recuperation, two years ago I researched supplements to remove plaque from the arteries. I found two that have worked for me, I would like to recommend that you give both of these heart supplements a try for a period of 12 months. I believe that it isn’t easy to get rid of plaque in the arteries even if you are on heart medications watching what you eat and exercise all the time.

My research into Nattokinase and Serrapeptase suggested that these two enzymes combined into a heart supplement called Blockbuster allclear could work to clear clogged arteries, the scientific evidence suggested that both enzymes could dissolve arterial plaque.

I knew that this combination of enzymes could work but only if Nitric oxide could be added to the treatment, I discovered that a natural product called Healthyflow TM contained L-Arginine the only way to soften the arteries and make the job of clearing arterial plaque easier.

My recommendation to clear clogged arteries

The combination formula in Blockbuster allclear contains Nattokinase 1,600 FU and Serrapeptase 80,000 IU and other valuable nutrients take two capsules a day on an empty stomach at least one hour before food, take one scoop of Healthyflow TM once a day first thing in the morning to take care of inflammation in the arteries, follow this routine for a minimum of 6 months, preferably longer.

This combination has worked for me, I still take my cholesterol and blood pressure tablets, I don’t get any side effects, however I do recommend that you take a course of Coenzyme q10 to offset the side effects of statin drugs.


Nattokinase is a blood thinner, if you are taking blood thinning medications like aspirin or warfarin please consult with your doctor before taking these supplements, they may or may not affect you but it’s better to e safe than sorry.

I wish you the very best of health, please let me know how you get on by using the contact form at the top.

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