The Respiratory System
Lesson 11, Page 19 of 19

A medical research study recently found that children who ate at least five uncooked apples every week suffered from significantly fewer respiratory problems, including asthma.

Conclusion:

Humans can survive for weeks or even months without food, and days without water, but only a few minutes without breathing. Since oxygen is so vital to the energy needs of the human body, it is essential that we maintain healthy lungs by breathing unpolluted air as much as possible and by supplying the body in general with good nutrition.

Since the respiratory system is also a system of elimination, it is greatly affected when the other systems of elimination are not functioning properly. Cleansing for all the channels of elimination is an essential first step for most respiratory problems. After cleansing, the beneficial flora of the body must be reestablished to reduce or eliminate overgrowth of yeast and fungus, a very common contributor to respiratory problems of all types.

A respiratory problem can be better supported nutritionally when we establish whether the condition is "dry" or "damp," and also whether it is "hot" or "cold." Some herbs have a cooling effect, while others have a warming effect. Likewise some herbs have a drying effect while others have a soothing and moisturizing effect. With this knowledge, we can select the most appropriate nutritional aid for the individual involved.

If you have two or more of the following indications, you may consider nutritional aid to the respiratory system:

Body odor and/or bad breath
Food allergies
Smoking
Regular consumption of dairy foods
            Feeling low, uninterested, or depressed
Exposure to air pollution daily
Respiratory, sinus or allergy problems
           

Lifestyle Suggestions:

  • Avoid smoking
  • Walk outside daily
  • Avoid dairy products, especially when congested
  • Practice deep breathing and good posture
  • Sing and laugh
  • Maintain your ideal weight
The key product for the respiratory system is ALJ.

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Respiratory System Products

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Word Review List:

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