One of the chronic lung conditions caused by chronic inflammation and thickening of the bronchial tubes is asthma. It is extremely serious because it can lead to suffocation. Most asthma sufferers are allergic and sensitive. It means that whenever their lungs are irritated, the muscles tighten and produce phlegm in the throat. The attacks are usually accompanied with shortness of breath, wheezing, and coughing.
People with asthma use an inhaler, which is a medical device. It helps them breathe the medicine straight into the lungs where it is needed. However, inhalers are a potential risk for additional health issues, as they contain many chemicals which are detrimental from the lungs. Interestingly, some people have managed to cure asthma by reducing the use of inhalers.
Introduce healthy dietary habits, and you will make another step closer to your relief. To do this you have to know what foods are good for you and what foods you should stay away from.
Look for foods that are high in content of vitamin C and beta carotene. You can make carrot juice every day as a suggestion. Carrot juice is rich in vitamin C. Celery is another healthy food. You should add a few stalks of celery in the daily diet, chlorophyll in green leaves of celery will help detoxify the liver and bowels.
Below is the recommended dose to people with asthma easier to regulate the amount of healthy food.
- 2 green apples
- 6 celery stalks
- a bunch of spinach
- a bunch of parsley
- a quarter cup of lemon juice
- a quarter pineapple
- 1 fennel
- 8 kale stalks
- 3 radishes
- ½ lemon
- 1 cucumber
- ½ paprika
You just need to blend all the ingredients and the asthma juice is ready.
Drink this juice every day.
Here are the foods you should avoid:
Eggs, milk, meat and other foods of animal origin.
Vegetable oil (regular use can lead to inflammation of the airways)
Alcohol and soft drinks.
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