This article seeks to highlight 5 healthy natural foods that are healthy for the lungs. Before we start, kindly hit the follow button for more updates.
Apples are a healthy, nutritious food, rich in energy, fiber and low in calories. It is at the top of this list, and may be at the top of almost every nutritionist list.
Multivitamins and antioxidants, especially vitamin C, can help you maintain a strong immune system and healthy respiratory tract. Having healthy breathing is the natural way to fight and prevent lung diseases.
Due to the active ingredient of curcumin, turmeric is a powerful antioxidant. Turmeric destroys destructive cells and potential lung tumors before it forms. In the presence of chili, it is better absorbed by the body.
Turmeric is also a powerful antiviral and antibacterial agent, which can effectively prevent viral infections that usually affect the respiratory tract. The ideal combination is equal amounts of organic turmeric and pepper, no more than 3 grams per day, mixed with a drop of olive oil. But keep in mind that using turmeric in cooking can severely destroy its antioxidant properties.
Green tea is rich in antioxidants, including quercetin. This antioxidant acts as a natural antihistamine. By slowing the release of histamine, quercetin helps reduce inflammation and protect the lungs from irritation. Green tea is also rich in another antioxidant called flavanols, which are known to promote heart health and have anti- cancer properties.
Part of maintaining lung health by getting enough vitamin D. Because low levels of vitamin D are associated with an increased risk of asthma, healthy levels of vitamin D may help reduce asthma attacks. One of the best ways to increase your vitamin D intake is to absorb sunlight, but mushrooms can also help you increase your vitamin D levels.
Mushrooms, especially those exposed to high- intensity sunlight, are the best natural source of vitamin D. Try Maitake mushrooms and Portobello mushrooms.
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