Excess salts, sugars, and unhealthy fats
Sugary foods can cause atherosclerosis by increasing the bad cholesterol. It again causes increased inflammation and oxidative stress, which makes the low-density lipoprotein to form the oxidized form of bad cholesterol, rising atherosclerosis. Even for people with diabetes, high glucose in blood can disrupt the coagulation process. It also facilitates increased stimulation in clots formation and reduces the ability for the clots to dissolve. On the other hand, high salt consumption can reduce the effectiveness of the inner lining in blood vessels, thus increasing the risk of blood clots and infections. For fats, they possibly narrow the blood vessels, especially when forming part of plaques. They also increase clots formation and make it hard for them to dissolve. Furthermore, rsearchers suggest that having higher fatty acids can cause clots development.
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