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What products will help to restore smokers lungs

Experts have figured out how to improve the condition of the lungs with the help of food available to everyone.

Smoking is fraught with not only tobacco addiction, but also a deterioration in the health of smokers. Experts have figured out how to improve the condition of the lungs with the help of food available to everyone. 

Representatives of science believe that tomatoes and apples have a positive effect on the state of the lungs in people with nicotine addiction. The listed products protect the organ membranes from inflammatory processes and damage. In addition, tomatoes and apples are able to heal existing lung damage. 

Smokers have light lungs, so these people are prone to obstructive diseases of the body, resulting in a narrowing of the respiratory tract. This is often the reason for the reduction of life expectancy among smokers.

For information, an experiment was conducted with the participation of 600 smokers. Scientists studied their diet, health, and tracked the number of cigarettes smoked. 

It turned out that there is a link between the diet of people and the state of the lungs. Volunteers who ate a small apple and a couple of tomatoes daily had a lung condition better than others. They also breathed more air. Fresh apples and tomatoes

have a positive effect . Juices and even fresh ones do not give such a result.  This is not the first study proving the positive effects of certain products on the body.  As you can see, the food acts no worse than drugs. In addition, the food is not addictive and has no side effects.

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