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Apples, apricots, cherries and grapes

These delicious fruits are rich in Vitamin P, commonly known as bioflavonoids.

Bioflavonoids have antioxidant properties, but they also have anti-inflammatory properties, which is especially beneficial for healthy circulation and vein health. The anti-inflammatory properties can aid in reducing swelling associated with varicose veins and can strengthen the vein walls.

Speaking of bioflavonoids, apples contain a bioflavonoid called rutin. Rutin is believed to help to prevent blood clots. But, be sure not to peel your apple for maximum benefit. Figs and citrus contain rutin, too.

Bell peppers

Bold and beautiful Bell peppers can be purchased in an array of bright colors that add interest to food in addition to Vitamin C and fiber.

Vitamin C strengthens the collagen and elastin in the vein walls, allowing them to expand and contract when they are under pressure.