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A positive health and wellness mindset reduces the likelihood of getting sick and experiencing the harmful effects of illnesses on our life, work, and social or family relationships. In addition to feeling better physically, mentally, and emotionally, we are less likely to develop illnesses and have a better quality of life. The lungs might not immediately spring to mind as one of the components of our health essential, but they also age and degenerate with time. 🟑 π•‹π•¦π•£π•žπ•–π•£π•šπ•” 🫚Curcumin, a bioactive compound of turmeric, is a natural antioxidant and possesses antibacterial, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer properties. It helps protect us from various health conditions, such as eye, skin, heart, brain, and lung diseases. Curcumin improves respiratory health and repairs lung damage.πŸŸ‘π”Ύπ•’π•£π•π•šπ•”πŸ§„Garlic contains numerous compounds that can boost immune function and reduce inflammation throughout the body, including the respiratory system. Regularly consuming garlic may help reduce the risk of respiratory infections and other respiratory conditions.πŸŸ‘π•‹π• π•žπ•’π•₯π• π•–π•€πŸ…πŸ…Tomatoes and tomato products contain lycopene (a carotenoid antioxidant), which reduces airway inflammation in people who are chronic smokers or have asthma. Tomatoes also contain vitamin C, which also reduces inflammation and fights against free radicals. According to various studies, our body absorbs lycopene better when we consume cooked tomatoes.πŸŸ‘π”Έπ•‘π•‘π•π•– 🍎Due to the presence of the antioxidant quercetin, apples have been proven to reduce lung decline and even reduce lung damage caused by smoking. Those who eat five or more apples per week were also at a reduced risk of developing COPD.πŸŸ‘π”Ήπ•–π•–π•₯π•€πŸ§…πŸ§…Beetroot and beet greens have been shown to benefit lung function, relax blood pressure and optimize oxygen intake, all of which can help someone struggling to breathe. Beets are also packed with vitamins and nutrients that promote lung health, like magnesium and potassium.🟑 π•„π•¦π•€π•™π•£π• π• π•žπ•€ Mushrooms are rich in vitamin D and beta-glucans, which may help reduce inflammation in the airways and improve lung health.πŸŸ‘β„™π•¦π•žπ•‘π•œπ•šπ•Ÿ Pumpkins are rich in carotenoids, which are associated with higher lung function. Carotenoids also contain antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which promote overall health and comfort.πŸŸ‘π•§π•šπ•₯π•’π•žπ•šπ•Ÿ 𝔻 π•£π•šπ•”π•™ 𝕗𝕠𝕠𝕕𝕀πŸ₯šπŸ₯› Vitamin D may boost the immune system and inhibit any inflammation in the airway. However, its deficiency may cause childhood asthma. Thus, supplements can help reduce asthma attacks. Dietary sources of vitamin D include milk, eggs, yoghurt, tuna, etc.πŸŸ‘β„™π•£π• π•₯π•–π•šπ•Ÿ π•£π•šπ•”π•™ 𝕗𝕠𝕠𝕕𝕀 πŸ₯šπŸ—πŸ₯©πŸ«› Dietary protein is a key to lung health. It can regenerate cells. It may help in healing the lung tissues. Protein may also strengthen the immunity to prevent disorders. Sufficient protein at each meal is beneficial. Eggs, yoghurt, poultry, nuts and legumes, and lean meats are full of protein. They limit lung infections.πŸŸ‘π•ƒπ•–π•’π•—π•ͺ π”Ύπ•£π•–π•–π•Ÿπ•€πŸ₯¦πŸ₯¬Leafy green vegetables like spinach and kale are antioxidant powerhouses containing chlorophyll. It facilitates blood flow to your lungs through antioxidants like lutein, zeaxanthin. In addition, they may eliminate the free radicals that cause lung damage.


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