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Air pollution : Foods that protect us against air pollution.

Air pollution : It’s a serious problem in the world today and you can’t escape it.

Therefore, the best thing to do is deal with the negative effects of breathing toxic chemicals in the body.

You can deal with the negative effects of toxic chemicals breathing,

or air pollution in the body through a balanced diet.

However, remember that if you want to be the protective effect of long – term food,

you need to consume it regularly.

Global air pollution reduction strategy

As we breathe regularly air pollution,

It’s essential to keep your diet so that your body can do its natural protection.

Studies have shown that foods rich in vitamin C and E can:

Cleaning the body system,

Especially in the weather

Because these foods are rich in antioxidants and have anti – inflammatory properties

These foods include:

Broccoli calabrese (Brassica oleracea var. italica)

According to the results of many studies, broccoli is one of the foods that,

It is highly effective in fighting dangerous toxins that exist in the air and penetrates the body.

According to the results of a study in one of the most contaminated regions in China,

Drink a Drink Made of, broccoli (powder), distilled water, pineapples and lemon juice reduce the rate of dangerous carcinogen.

Olive oil

Alpha-tocopherol and vitamin E in olive oil improve lung function.

The fatty acids present in olive oil also are beneficial for reducing inflammation.

Method of consumption

The best way to use olive oil is to get the maximum benefits from eating it with salad

Because exposure to heat during cooking can change its composition and lose some health properties.

Cotton seed (Linum Usitatissimum)

Cotton seed has high levels of Phytoestrogens and omega – 3 fatty acids.

Phytoestrogens have anti – oxide properties that help reduce asthma symptoms and other allergic reactions.

Method of consumption

You can add cotton to cooked foods in the mixtures, salads or for cooked foods.

Avocado (Persea americana)

The environmental research group of King College, London, conducted a study to see whether vitamin E can reduce the effects of air pollution on the lungs?

The study showed that vitamin E levels have decreased in people with lung disease , such as asthma.

It causes researchers to conclude that food consumption such as

avocado and spinach , both with high vitamin E can help against the effects of certain types of particulate contamination.

Grape (Vitis vinifera)

Grapes have a high level of antioxidants, have shown correlations between grape eating,

respiratory and cardiac health.

Ginger (Zingiber officinale)

If you like the ginger taste, you should definitely add it to your food and drinks.

You can use fresh ginger or ginger powder because they have both strong anti-inflammatory elements.

In addition, ginger is a consistent natural mix.

It helps keep your adrenal system healthy and maintains its natural ability to withstand stressors. including air pollution.

Reference
healthy-blog
Collected by
Dr. Afsaneh Aminghaforuri

 

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