9 Trigger Foods to Avoid for Asthma + 5 Natural Remedies
if you’re prone to asthma attacks, you’re going to want to avoid these nine problematic foods
Asthma is a common condition that involves sudden symptoms or attacks that lead to difficulty breathing, bronchial inflammation, and in severe cases, even blocked airways.
Asthma patients are often prescribed steroids in inhaler form to help open their airways during attacks. While this is excellent during emergencies, the long-term use of these steroids has unknown side effects, leading many people to look for natural solutions.
Fortunately, there are several ways you can manage asthma naturally. The first is to remove the common food triggers of asthma symptoms, while the second is to add in different foods and remedies to help reduce attacks and triggers. This is especially important, since food allergies or sensitivities can have symptoms that seem identical to asthma, making it hard to distinguish between the two.
In addition, research has shown an increased occurrence of food sensitivities and food allergy risk in those with asthma as compared to those without asthma, so avoiding these common “trigger” foods will help reduce the chances of both asthma and food sensitivity symptoms (1).
Read on to discover what you should and should not be eating to ease asthma symptoms.
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