A Diet Rich in Tomatoes Helps Restore Lung in Ex-Smokers
A new research, published in the European Respiratory Journal, finds a diet rich in tomatoes may restore lung function in people who quit smoking and slow down lung function decline and all people.
In the course of the study, the scientists found that those adults who ate more than three portions of fruit or more than two tomatoes experience slower lung function decline than those who consumed fewer than one serving of fruit or one tomato a day.
The lead study author Vanessa Garcia-Larsen, an assistant professor in the Bloomberg School’s Department of International Health, says: “This study shows that diet might help repair lung damage in people who have stopped smoking. It also suggests that a diet rich in fruits can slow down the lung's natural aging process even if you have never smoked.”
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