FoodHealth

People who suffer from asthma deal with things like shortness of breath on an almost daily basis. If someone you know has trouble breathing they very well may have asthma.

Asthma attacks are the result of some sort of allergy or sensitivity. When someone has an asthma attack their lungs have become irritated causing their muscles to tighten and for their body to cause phlegm to overwhelm the throat. People who deal with asthma use inhalers to relieve these things. Of course, when things are urgent it is ideal to use your inhaler. However, using it all the time is not good using as needed is completely understandable.

When it comes to reducing asthmatic issues it is important to change your diet increase your healthy food intake and decrease the unhealthy. Eat foods that will lower inflammation and increase energy. Always get foods that are rich in vitamin C and eat things like celery.

If you’re looking to eventually cut out your inhaler altogether (I still suggest carrying one in case of emergencies) then using foods as well as juices to do so is possible. Drinking lots of carrot juice is definitely the best place to start. Carrot juice is overflowing with vitamin C.

Asthma Reducing Juices

When it comes to reducing asthma juicing each of these together (as directed below) can help you in a very big way.

  • 2 cups of cranberry juice mixed with 2 pomegranates and 4 cups of strawberry juice will make you a drink to last a few days.
  • 1 fennel, 4 kale stalks, 1/4th lemon, 2 pieces radish, and 1/4th pineapple will work wonders and tastes fantastic.
  • Lemon juice and a small glass of wheatgrass juice mixed together.
  • 1/2 cucumber, 1/4th lemon, and 1 1/2 bulbs ripe lemongrass.

Asthma Reducing Foods 

  • Flaxseed
  • Ginger
  • Celery
  • Beets
  • Broccoli
  • Blueberries

Generally, any anti-inflammatory will benefit you when combating something like asthma. These things will be able to reduce your issues over time. You will be breathing better before you know it!