10 Recipes to Help Asthma

10 Recipes to Help Asthma

Asthma is a common ailment, and is growing ever more common in new births. Learn how you can help alleviate your asthma symptoms with these great recipes.

How can food help asthma? Foods high in Vitamin C and Beta Carotene can help asthma, because these nutrients directly help the lungs fight off inflamation and sickness.

What foods are high in Vitamin C and Beta Carotene? Oranges, peaches, and peppers are especially high in Vitamin C, while peppers, romaine lettuce, and spinach leaves are a great source of beta carotene. Try these recipes for a boost of these great nutrients!

Carrot-Orange-Mango Smoothie: Start your morning with a huge dose of vitamin C and fiber. It's so tasty that you'll never even know it's healthy!

Pepper Rice and Confetti Beef: With three colors of peppers,, this beef and rice dish makes a pretty presentation.

Spinach and Carrot Quiche: Try this pretty quiche for brunch or lunch guests, and it's sure to please.

Peppers Stuffed With Corn and Crab Meat: A wonderful dish that could be served as an appetizer or as a starter for an extravagant meal.

Orange Poppyseed Scones: Poppy seeds add texture and flavor to these breakfast treats.

Spinach Pilaf: Vivid green spinach, bright red tomatoes and aromatic, Indian-spiced basmati rice are tossed together in this easy recipe from Los Angeles chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken. Serve with grilled or sauteed fish, roast chicken, veal chops or roast leg of lamb.

Orange Ginger Chicken Breasts: Citrus and spice and everything nice!

Warm Peaches: This sweet peach treat makes a wonderful breakfast on chilly morning.

Orange-Glazed Carrot Ribbons: This is a beautiful way to serve a pretty average vegetable. Long curls of orange bathed in a sweet and savory sauce.

Romaine and Turkey Salad Sandwich with Creamy Avocado Dressing: Chop oven-roasted turkey breast from the deli counter into chunks for a quick start on this salad. With crisp Parmesan toasts, it's a complete meal.


Note: Food cannot cure asthma, and asthma should be treated by a medical professional. These foods are solely recommendations and might not work for most people. Please consult a doctor in case of questions.

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