You Can Successfully Treat Asthma Without Inhaler With Some Simple and Easy Diet Changes
Asthma is actually callosity of the bronchial tubes and also chronic inflammation that can lead to suffocation. It is followed by lack of breath, coughing and wheezing.
So, people who have asthma must use inhalers. Since the inhalers contain lots of chemicals like steroids for example, they can be harmful to the lungs.
In this case, healthy foods can be very helpful because they can reduce the allergic reaction, remove inflammation, dilate the air that activate the attacks and thin the mucus in the lungs.
Therefore, we must know which foods are good and allowed for consumption, and the one that should be avoided.
People with asthma issues should consume foods rich in beta carotene and vitamin C. Also food rich in chlorophyll is recommended, because it detoxifies the liver and colon.
Your food list should include: pumpkin, beetroot, capsicum, pomegranate, ginger, blueberries, strawberry, lemongrass, cranberries, kale, fennel, watercress, tomato, pineapple, radish, guava, cucumber, spinach, cilantro, wheatgrass.
The following is what you should consume:
• Fruits rich in vitamin C and antioxidants
• Fish oil with high amount of omega-3 fatty acids (tuna, salmon, mackerel)
• Spicy mustard, garlic, pungent foods, chili peppers, onion
• Brewed coffee with caffeine (not instant or processed), tea with Theo bromine
Our suggestions for portions are below:
• 2 green apples + ¼ lemon + 6 ribs celery + a bunch of parsley + a bunch of spinach
• 1 oz. wheatgrass juice + little lemon juice
• ¼ pineapple + 8-10 leaves of kale + 1 fennel + ½ lemon + 3-4 radish
• ¼ pineapple + ½ lemon + 1 cucumber + ½ bunch watercress + 2 capsicums
• 2 cups of strawberries + 1 pomegranate + 1 cup cranberries
• 1 cucumber + 3 sticks lemongrass + 2 medium beetroots + ½ lemon
The following food you should avoid:
• Animal products : milk, dairy, eggs, meat ( pork, beef, chicken, mutton and fish)
• Citrus fruits
• Vegetable oil from corn, safflower, sunflower (can cause inflammation)
• Sodium and monosodium glutamate
• Alcohol in the pure form
• Soft drinks