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Asthma – Solal Protocol

Although asthma prevalence continues to skyrocket due to declining nutrition and worsening air quality, numerous options exist for preventing this disorder using dietary and lifestyle strategies. Essential fatty acids: Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil and certain plant extracts can reduce inflammation by helping to dilate bronchioles and suppress inflammation.

Omega3 Fish oils – one capsule twice a day

Probiotics: lactobacillus, a healthy digestive bacterium is an excellent probiotic for asthma.

Enzymes Pre-Probiotics – One capsule three times a day
Bioflavonoids, such as water-soluble quercetin, isoflavones, pycnogenol, and lycopene, may help improve lung function.
Quercetin – one capsule twice a day

Anti-Oxidants – 3 daily

The herbs milk thistle (containing silybin) and turmeric (containing curcumin) help to inhibit inflammatory cytokines.
Silibinin – one capsule twice a day
Curcumin – one capsule twice a day

Corticosteroids taken to relieve asthmatic symptoms often deplete the body of vital minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, and zinc.

Multi-Mineral – one daily

Ginkgo biloba can inhibit PAF and reduce airway hyperreactivity
Ginkgo Biloba – one daily

Foods: hypoallergenic foods such as gluten-free flour may help. Also be sure to choose foods high in potassium, such as fresh fruits and vegetables.
Exercise: Although improving lung function will help with symptoms, be cautious where you work out because exercising in cold or polluted air can aggravate asthma.
Mind-body: Yoga, massage, and biofeedback are useful. Acupuncture and moxibustion may help as well.

Environmental health: Be sure to obtain a high quality air filter. HEPA filters are especially useful for eliminating particulates from the air.

Product availability

All products available directly through Solal on Tel. 011-463-0036

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