As the expert noted, the quality of blood is affected by improper dietary habits, as well as alcohol abuse, smoking, dairy products and coffee.
According to Yevseyev, alcohol is good for blood only within the daily dose – no more than 30 grams of vodka or 150 grams of red wine. Excessive doses lead to clumping of platelets and blood clotting, increasing the risk of thrombosis. Smoking provokes atherosclerosis, and dairy products increase the viscosity of the body fluids. But the doctor called coffee the “worst enemy” of blood.
With regard to food, Evseev advised to balance the intake of carbohydrates and fats in the diet – their excess also leads to thickening of the blood.