A new clinical trial has shown eating fish such as salmon, trout and sardines as part of a healthy diet can reduce asthma symptoms in children.
A common lung condition characterized by breathing difficulties ranging from minor to life-threatening, asthma affects 235 million people worldwide. Despite the related death toll reaching 180,000 per year, conventional medicine offers no cure. As with other chronic conditions, the main treatments employed are based on the use of pharmaceutical drugs to control symptoms. This is despite research showing that patients can halve their risk of suffering severe asthma attacks simply by taking supplements of vitamin D.
Researchers at the Dr. Rath Research Institute have taken the use of nutritional approaches a step further by investigating how a synergistic combination of micronutrients can help in the condition. In a pilot study, they gave the micronutrients to asthma patients aged between 45 and 75 years old. After only three months using this natural therapeutic approach, every single one of the patients demonstrated an improvement in their breathing and an increased lung capacity.
To learn more about the use of the Dr. Rath Research Institute’s micronutrient synergy approach in asthma, read this article on our website.