Top 5 Foods For Natural Asthma Relief

There are almost 25 million Americans suffering from asthma and most of them are children. Asthma inhalers and steroids, commonly used in the conventional treatments, may cause some side effects. But, fortunately,  various natural remedies are  at your disposal and you can use them   to relieve the symptoms.

There are almost 500.000 asthma related visits in the American hospitals each year. According to this fact, there are almost 1.75 million visits in American hospitals in general. This information was given by the Asthma and Allergy foundation of America.


Did the numbers surprise you? Try to “digest” the information that there are over $18 billion spent on asthma treatments, deaths caused by asthma, etc. in the American hospitals only. These are the annual calculations.

It is estimated that there are over 300 million people in the world suffering from asthma. It is believed that this number will increase over time, or, there will be 100 million more people suffering from this disease by 2025. There are 250.000 deaths in the world caused by this nasty disease.

Breathing difficulties and shortness of breath are some of the the symptoms. Besides the fact that asthma medications can cause some terrifying side effects, which can seriously damage your health, it pulls out millions of dollars of the national budget each year.

In addition to pills, you can also treat this disease using fresh organic vegetables and fruits. When it comes to health, 100% natural plants NEVER have any side effect or harm your health. On the contrary, they can be of great help when it comes to improving your health.

Free radicals, also known as cell-damaging chemicals can cause inflammation, lung swelling, and chest tightness but the natural foods covered in this article can help you eliminate them.

This comes due to the fact that natural foods are very rich in antioxidants, such as beta-carotene and vitamins C and E. These antioxidants will fight the free radicals in order to improve your health.

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