In today's video, you will learn how to make a delicious smoothie to detox the intestine and improve your circulation.
You surely have heard that “you are what you eat,” and that saying is totally right!
The foods we eat are directly related to our development and how our body works. You probably noticed that already, haven't you?
One of these super healthy foods that you should ingest is this special smoothie made with grapes and oats.
This beverage helps reduce the levels of bad cholesterol and eliminates toxins from the blood. Isn't it wonderful?
Grape and its by-products, like grape juice and wine, are rich in catechins and resveratrol, a powerful flavonoid that acts as an antioxidant and protects the cells in our body.
According to studies, drinking red grape juice increases by 50% the antioxidant capacity of the body and also increases by 70% the production of nitric oxide (a vasodilator).
Oat is a grain rich in fibers, folate, omegas-3, and potassium, and it is great to reduce the absorption of bad cholesterol LDL, and protects the heart against heart attacks.
It is also good to detox the intestine. Remember: the less processed your oats are, the better.
Watch the video and learn how to make this smoothie!
With this smoothie, you will ingest a huge amount of soluble fiber and minerals, which will help detox your digestive system and clean the toxins from your blood.
0:00 Grape and Oats Smoothie To Detox and Cleanse Your Colon
0:39 Benefits of Grapes
1:04 Benefits of Oats
1:21 How to Make Grape and Oats Detox Smoothie
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