Heart disease effects lots of us in the UK, more so than in lots other countries, but there is a powerful possibility that this can be changed easily by changing our attitude towards food and consuming more juice.
The phrase �heart disease’ consists of several conditions such from Congenital heart defects seen at birth to atherosclerosis (hardened arteries) that create later. It is a complicated issue with many inter-related circumstances. Hardening of the arteries and angina are a result of the inner walls of the bodies arteries narrowing as a result of a create up of plaque (fat, LDL cholesterol and other substances). Plaque create up is increased in people who have high levels LDL (bad) cholesterol and low levels HDL (good) cholesterol. Oxidation of excess LDL cholesterol results in an expand of plaque. The HDL cholesterol contributes to prevent the LDL cholesterol from going up the plaque, moving it as a substitute to the liver. Plaque create up alone can be enough to cause pain (angina) or heart attack. though, if the plaque is ruptured or torn it can block the artery provoking a coronary thrombosis (heart attack). Atherosclerosis can in addition be a cause of inappropriate platelet activation provoking the platelets in the blood to clot.
Grape Juice inhibits Atherosclerosis
Many of us will have seen news items claiming red wine contributes to keep our hearts healthy. This is as a result of a substance in the grapes that used to commit the wine considered as polyphenols. though, recent tests have shown that despite the fact less polyphenols are present in grape juice than red wine, grape juice is better at inhibiting atherosclerosis . Purple Grape juice has in addition been discovered to help patients with coronary artery disease as a result of significantly improving the function of the cells (endothelial) lining the hardened arteries likewise inhibiting inappropriate platelet activation . Purple grape juice’s action as a strong platelet inhibitor is important as Platelets are involucred in the development of Atherosclerosis . Other exploration has shown grape seed proanthocyanidin extracts reducing Atherosclerosis by up to 50% in animals.  despite the fact that study was for grape seed extract alone, other studies have shown that the fusion of grape seed extract and grape skin, as you would find in the juice, is more efficient .
Fruit Juices lower Cholesterol
Pomegranate juice in addition offers broad protection contrary cardiovascular diseases6 and has been shown to lower cholesterol create up in plaque  and lower the development of atherosclerosis .
In laboratory tests orange juice has been discovered to reduce cholesterol and significantly inhibit atherosclerosis . A 750ml serving of orange juice every day has been shown to diminished the LDL-HDL cholesterol ratio by 16% in tests on people . Tests on smokers has shown that carrot and orange juice combined significantly susceptibility of LDL to oxidation  (the process that increases plaque).
As small as 330 mL of tomato juice  has in addition been shown to significantly lower LDL oxidation 
Adding garlic to vegetable juices takes a couple of getting used to, but garlic has in addition been shown to reduce bad LDL cholesterol while expand HDL cholesterol  and also reducing LDL oxidation .
Plant sterols and stanols discovered in high quantities in veg like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower16 have been discovered to lower LDL cholesterol . One report mentions around 2g per day of plant sterol ester can reduce LDL cholesterol levels from 9% to 20% 
Ginger has in addition been shown to significantly lower LDL cholesterol and abnormal cell tissues (Aortic atherosclerotic lesion)  in the arteries around the heart.
With so much evidence proving the advantages of fruit and vegetable juices why on earth would we not need to include them in our diet?
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