Good Nutrition May Help Lessen The Effects of Air-Related Illness.
Roughly 90% of the world’s population is breathing in air pollution that is primarily caused by the fossil fuels used in transportation. These pollutants enter the body and cause damage to the lungs, which may lead to respiratory and cardiovascular issues such as asthma attacks or irregular heartbeats. In order to reverse the damage these fuels are causing, countries are turning to cleaner and more efficient forms of transportation. So while we wait for the mess to be cleaned, what can we do in the meantime to prevent health issues? Research has found that a healthy diet may help support normal respiratory and cardiovascular function. Some nutrients that may address these issues are omega-3 and also vitamins such as C and E. To find the full article click here.