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Have you ever about the benefits of onions for the lung?
We recently talked about 7 foods that are good for the lungs, including onions.
Rich in antioxidants, onion has important actions that strengthen our immune system and prevent chronic diseases, colds, and flu. It also protects us against lung cancer.
Onions can be used in salads, juices, or as a syrup. It helps decongest the airways, quickly eliminating persistent coughs and phlegm.
You can make onion juice at home to help with colds and flu in adults and children. However, it is not recommended for babies and children under 1 year old due to the presence of honey.
Honey is used in this recipe because of its antiseptic, antioxidant, expectorating, and soothing properties. It also helps strengthen the natural defense system of our bodies, fighting viruses and bacteria.
Onion contains quercetin, which helps naturally fight colds, flu, tonsillitis, cough, asthma, and allergies. Together, these ingredients get rid of phlegm and help us recover faster.
Still talking about onions, it has quercetin, an antioxidant that aids the immune system, improving the body’s reaction to external aggressions and avoiding viruses and bacteria from entering and worsening chronic issues, such as asthma and bronchitis.
Onion also has anti-inflammatory properties that improve the narrowing of bronchi and, so, ease the breathing. Amazing, right?
Watch the video to learn how to make this juice, then come back here and share your opinions with us.
0:00 Onion Juice To Recover Your Lungs and Eliminate Inflammation
0:23 Health Benefits of Onions
1:42 Onion Juice Recipe
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