There are a number of food groups that help to not only clean the arteries, but also contribute to a healthy heart and circulation, with fresh fish, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables being some examples, according to NaturalNews.com Fiber, omega 3 fatty acids, and pectin are found in most of these foods, and are very effective at cleansing the arterial passages, in addition to other benefits.
A number of other food groups also contribute to a healthy arterial system, and given the variety of foods that can be beneficial, incorporating them into a diet is fairly simple. Nuts, seeds, certain fats, dried beans and even chocolate are all useful as part of a well-balanced diet.
Many nuts and seeds are full of healthy components, most notably minerals and monounsaturated fats. Additionally, the oils made from seeds and nuts are very good for the body, with flax seed oil and virgin coconut oil being two such examples.
Other oils, such as olive oil, are well known for their nutritional value, but can also contribute to a cleaner arterial system. Avocado is another healthy source of beneficial oils.
Chocolate can also help to keep arteries clear and flowing, and while not healthy in large amounts, around 1/2 oz of dark chocolate eaten daily can contribute to cleaner arteries and more stable blood pressure.