QUIT SMOKING, HEAL YOUR TARRED LUNGS, EAT RESTORATIVE FOODS
Did you make a few resolutions this year? Perhaps a really big one, like losing the last five pounds, paying your bills on time or to quit smoking? Well, researchers at John Hopkins have concluded that if you are an ex-smoker, it’s important to eat three portions of fresh fruit every day. Tomatoes and apples are particularly recommended. It has something to do with these fruits containing seeds. But you should also consider fruits and vegetables with or without seeds, such as cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, and apples. All fruits in general were noted to aid ling health. But fruit in general also helps restore tarred lungs.
EATING FRESH FRUIT HELPS RESTORE TARRED LUNGS, GIVES LONGER LIFE
Researchers began their study back in 2002. They looked at the diets and lung health of six hundred and fifty adults. They reassessed the same people ten years later and found that the participants’ lungs stayed healthier if they ate more than two tomatoes or at least three portions of fresh fruit daily. Those who ate less than the above-mentioned fruits weren’t as lung healthy. This pertained particularly to ex-smokers and indicated that diet can have a positive impact helping to restore lung health. We can easily carry this over to other health issues and note that changing our diet to be rich in fresh fruits and veggies is only a benefit.
GROUNDBREAKING STUDY WILL SURELY CHANGE LIVES
This study is groundbreaking, especially for people who believe they have no hope. It indicates that a consistent diet of fruits and vegetables can help the lungs and most importantly, reverse damage. Organ functioning declines as we age, especially in our thirties. So, even if you are not an ex-smoker, this is a hint-hint, and clearly indicates the importance of eating your fruits and veggies. Fresh fruit (properly washed to eliminate contaminants) daily is key for proper health and wellbeing. Get revitalized and be restore your body. Start with your tarred lungs!