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Top 10 Natural Foods that Reduces Asthma Attacks-By Edterchelle Soriano

Top 10 Natural Foods that Reduces Asthma Attacks-By Edterchelle Soriano

Natural Foods that Reduces Asthma Attacks

Asthma Attacks

The wonders of natural supplements and foods help people to acquire healthier lifestyle. Moreover, it can conveniently help people to prevent health diseases such as asthma. Any person with asthma attacks may depend on medicines such as bronchodilators. However, not everyone is fortunate to buy medicines for their condition. As a result, they end up worsening their condition. Here are the 10 natural foods which help reduce the occurrence of asthma attacks:

  1. Tomatoes

Tomatoes

This natural food contains potent compounds such as beta-carotene and lycopene. These compounds are known to have a therapeutic effect for reducing the occurrence of asthma attacks. Studies show that 32 asthmatic individuals were given with supplements that contain tomato’s natural compounds. All of them have benefited from its effect, thus resulted into lowered asthma attack incidence.

  1. Ginger

Ginger

This natural food is popular for its anti-inflammatory effect. Being one of the oldest spices, it is well known for treating cough and colds. It can also alleviate the symptoms of asthma. Its main components are gingerols which is a potent anti-inflammatory.

  1. Apples

Apple

Drinking apple juices or eating fresh apple can reduce up to 50% chance of wheezing. Additionally, it contains potent antioxidant known as quercetin. This is an active bioflavonoid which reduces the oxidation of free radicals. It is also known for its anti-histamine and anti-inflammatory derivatives.

  1. Avocados

Avocados

This natural fruit contains significant level of glutathione. It detoxifies and protects the skin. Avocados can reduce the signs and symptoms of asthma.

  1. Rosemary

Rosemary

It contains rosemarinic acid which is a form of polyphenol. This compound helps to reduce the symptoms of asthma. Furthermore, it contains properties that act as antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. The rosmarinic acid promotes the cells to produce prostacyclins which broaden the airway. As a result, it may improve the passage of airway.

  1. Pears

Pear

Study shows that eating pear shake can reduce the asthma attack for up to 60%. This natural food can relax the bronchioles. It also relieves nasal congestion and prevents the occurrence of asthma attacks.

  1. Buckwheat

Buckwheat

This natural food is considered as hypoallergenic. It means that people with allergy-induced asthma are advice to eat buckwheat. It contains calories and protein. It also provides significant source of magnesium which is a mineral that works to treat bronchoconstriction (narrowing of the bronchus).

  1. Bananas

Banana

 

This natural fruit contains pyridoxine (Vitamin B6). This specific form of water-soluble vitamin relieves asthma attack.

  1. Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

This mild nutty seeds contains vitamin E which acts as a potent antioxidant. It also contains magnesium and potassium. The magnesium contains bronchodilator effects. This natural food is hypoallergenic, as well.

  1. Flax Seeds

Flax Seeds

This natural seed contains omega-3 fatty oils and minerals that can soothe the bronchus. It is effective for reducing the incidence of asthma. Moreover, this nut contains potent level of selenium which plays an important role for people with asthma attack.

These 10 natural foods and fruits are considered effective and safe for reducing the risk of asthma attack. Unlike with other pharmaceutical drugs, these natural treatments for asthma have no underlying adverse reactions. It is proven by clinical researches. Furthermore, it also provides supplemental nutrients which can treat other pulmonary conditions such as pneumonia, cough, colds, and pulmonary edema – By Edterchelle Soriano  

In our next article we shall discuss about –Emergency Treatment Plan for Asthma Attack.

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  1. Damalie
    Damalie08-19-2014

    my 5 year old son was diagonised with asthma but loves eating ground nuts. Does it have any problem

    • Webmaster
      Webmaster08-20-2014

      Hello Damalie,

      Thanks for your query.

      Nut allergy is the most common type of severe food allergy. It often starts when children are very young. Most first allergic reactions take place when a child is between 14 months and two years old. Unlike other food allergies such as milk allergy, nut allergy is something that you are unlikely to grow out of. Only about one in five people with a nut allergy will grow out of it, and these tend to be the people who have mild reactions.

      If you have what is called atopy (immediate allergy: an allergic reaction that becomes apparent in a sensitized person only minutes after contact), or if atopy runs in your family, then you are more at risk of developing an allergy to nuts. Atopy is the name for a group of allergic conditions that include hay fever, asthma and eczema. If you have an allergy to peanuts then you may also react to tree nuts.

      Dr.Kamz MD

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