Do you feel the need for an asthma natural remedy?
|Then you must know what it is like not been able to breathe, not been able to get air into your lungs. You understand how absolutely precious each breath you take is. In simple terms, asthma is a chronic potentially serious respiratory condition.|
Asthma is an overreaction of the body's own immune system usually caused by exposure to an allergen, which is a substance that the body perceives as foreign and dangerous.
When having an asthma attack, which can range from mild to life-threatening, the small airways in the lungs suddenly become clogged with mucus and other secretions; if not cleared the blockage can lead to suffocation.
The major long-term underlying cause of asthma is a
battle against chronic inflammation and thickening of the bronchial
tubes and nasal passages leading to dramatic muscle spasms, constriction
of air passages and consequent breathing difficulties.
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Not only are they low in fat, but one medium size potato contains only one-and-a-half servings of carbohydrates (dieticians recommend 4 daily servings) - meaning they are not too high in kilojoules after all (498 kilojoules a potato).
This inexpensive vegetable provides fiber if eaten with the skin and contains high levels of chromium and potassium which aid brain function.
They don't contain wheat so are a great alternative to bread.
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