Study: Eating fish in food will help fight asthma
Melbourne: A study published in ‘Human Nutrition and Dietetics’ states that nutritious food can be a potentially effective therapy for asthma in childhood.
Research in Australia has said that inclusion of fish like salmon, trout, and sardine innutritious diet can reduce the symptoms of asthma in children. In Clinical Trial, led by La Trobe University in Australia, it was found that in the food of asthma children, when the nutritious seafood rich in fatty fish containing fatty acids for six months, their lungs The methodology was seen to improve.
This study was published in ‘Human Nutrition and Dietetics’. The study said that it has been observed that nutritious food can be a potentially effective therapy for asthma in childhood.
Maria Pappymichel, chief researcher of La Trobe said, “We already know that fat, sugar, salt affect the growth of asthma in children and now we have the evidence that controlling the symptoms of asthma from nutritious food possible.”
“Fatty fish contain omega-3 fatty acids in which there are capable properties to prevent disease. In our study, it was found that eating lactose intolerance of children suffering from asthma is only extremely frequent when eating fish twice a week,” Papmichel said. Maybe low. “
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