Mar 12, 2012
The cases of Asthma are ever-increasing all over the world, the focus on whether some types of diet increase the risk of an attack has increased. Whether mere changes in one’s diet can bring about an improvement in Asthma symptoms is yet to be accepted as a treatment option in conventional medicine, but recent studies have shown that this is a promising line of research.
Studies support the claim of diet of fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains and unsaturated fatty acids to help asthma patients. Those with the such diet have shown better asthma control, i.e. improvement in symptoms of the disease as well as lung functions and decreased allergy symptoms. However, there's still no conclusive evidence to single out the effect of any particular ingredient in improving the asthma condition, i.e., reduce inflammation, curb free radicals and improve lung and immune system functions.
Some of the foods that should not form a part of your diet, as they exacerbate the condition are:
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