A person is suffering from chronic asthma, what should be the dietary restriction?
Hello, A person is suffering from chronic asthma, what should be the dietary restriction? some research suggests that certain foods can support lung function, boost the immune system, and reduce asthma symptoms. Others, however, may worsen symptoms or increase the chance of asthma developing. Please recommend what to eat and what to avoid.
@ayra Some foods contain allergens that can trigger a reaction in some people. Sulfites, for example, are a preservative present in dried fruits and vegetables, pickled foods, shrimp, wine, beer, and some other products.
Eating a lot of sulfites may trigger asthma in some people, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. People with food allergies may find that eating the food they have an allergy to triggers their asthma symptoms.
Obesity can also exacerbate the symptoms of asthma. Staying active and following a diet that is low in fat and high in fruits and vegetables can help people with asthma maintain a moderate body weight.