The Most Effective Foods to Cleanse your Lungs

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In this video, we will explore the best foods to cleanse and purify your lungs. You can boost your lung health by incorporating these 5 foods in your diet.

Although healthy lungs are essential to a good quality of life, there has been little research on how or how much our diet impacts the health of the respiratory system. Obviously, poor habits like smoking cigarettes or cigars have a negative impact on our lungs, and environmental factors also play a significant role.

However, removing the question of carcinogens that are inhaled for any reason, it makes perfect sense that the foods we eat affect our lungs in a similar fashion as other organs.

With that in mind, consider these five foods that are potentially beneficial to your respiratory health.

Citrus Fruits
Foods High in Beta Carotene
Green Leafy Vegetables
Dark Chocolate
Blueberries, blackberries and cranberries


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