Asthma can be allergic, nonallergic or both. It usually occurs when he body's immune system reacts to an allergen which it perceives to be threatening. Symptoms include wheezing, coughing, tightness in the chest and difficulty breathing.
Common asthma allergens include pollens, mold, pet dander, seafood, food additives, nuts, corn and dust mites.
Vitamins A & D for healing of lung tissues.
Capsules can be pulled apart and Quercetin added to food or drink. Quercetin has a powerful antihistaminic effect.
Essential fatty acids needed for anti-inflammatory hormone production.
Protects lung tissue, fights inflammation, reduces infection, increases air flow.
To strengthen the immune system and help with allergic reactions.
Common triggers can be alfalfa, corn, peanuts, soy, eggs, carrots, colas, dairy, white flour.
Flax oil can be added to porridge, salads, smoothies, etc. as long as it is not heated or added to hot food.
Avoid gas producing foods such as cabbage, beans and broccoli. These can irritate the diaphram.
Don't eat extremely cold foods or drinks.
Try an elimination diet to identify any foods that triggers the asthma.
Include garlic and onions in the diet. These help with inflammation in the body.
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