Food Induced Asthma

Food Induced Asthma

While food-induced asthma episodes are very uncommon, they do happen on occasion. The most common foods that can trigger an attack are: shellfish, fish, wheat, milk, eggs, peanuts, soy and wheat. Food preservatives, such as sulfites, can also be the cause of asthma attacks. Asthma can make allergic reactions worse.

Food Induced Asthma FAQ

Why does eating make my asthma worse?

There are certain types of foods that can trigger an asthma attack, which include foods that are high in sulfite, such as dried fruits and vegetables.

What foods make asthma worse?

The most common foods that trigger asthma are peanuts, wheat, soy, shrimp, shellfish, milk, eggs, etc.

Which food is best for asthma?

The best foods for asthma are almonds, hazelnuts, or any raw seeds, as well as kale and broccoli.

What drink is good for asthma?

Caffeinated drinks, milk, or water are best for asthma.

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