Statistical studies have shown that a large part of the world’s population does not introduce an adequate amount of fruits and vegetables.
New research by American scientists found that increased intake of fruit and vegetables can help prevent asthma because increasing fruit and vegetable intake and increase your intake of antioxidants that reduce the level of free radicals.
Free radicals are responsible for the increased risk of chronic inflammation in the body and autoimmune disease, which is important to drink an adequate amount of antioxidants.
When the body has too low antioxidant levels, it’s increased the risk of oxidative stress, which contributes to the risk of developing asthma. Antioxidants protect against oxidative stress. The lungs contain the envelope containing the antioxidants that the body produces its own, but it is usually not enough.
Compared with people who do not suffer from asthma, asthma have lower levels of carotenoids in the blood, one of the most effective antioxidants.
It has already been proven that a diet rich in antioxidants reduces the risk of a number of diseases, including cardiovascular diseases and various types of cancer.
Statistical studies have shown that a large part of the world’s population does not introduce an adequate amount of fruits and vegetables. Persons who belong to a risk group for the development of asthma, the risk of asthma is reduced to only 20% after changing eating habits and increase consumption of fruits and vegetables.