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Importance of Vitamins and Fatty Acids in Allergy and Asthma

In the last 30 years, there has been a significant increase in the prevalence of asthma and allergy especially in developed countries and one of the hypotheses for this increase is the modern lifestyle and changes in our diet.

This hypothesis supports several epidemiologists and studies that have shown that dietary changes may affect the severity of allergy and asthma.

For example, it has been found that increased intake of vitamins and fresh vegetables and fruits has been linked to a decrease in asthma and allergy and this has been demonstrated in several studies

Vitamins have many roles in the body and have recently been found to have a function in protecting the body from free oxygen radicals that form during inflammatory reactions.

Many studies have been conducted on dietary supplements and vitamins in asthma and allergy some have concentrated on the use of various vitamins and minerals.

Generally speaking, there are studies showing the efficacy of the various vitamins in improving the condition and function of patients' lungs, although not all studies have been optimally controlled.

Various vitamins have been found to be effective in affecting: hypersensitivity to the airways, asthma of exertion, decreased allergic antibodies of IgE type, and more.

The main vitamins that may be helpful in asthma and allergy are Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Selenium, Manganese, Bitacrutene, and Pyridoxine.

Some minerals may also help and in fact, the magnesium mineral has been suggested to be used even during acute asthma attacks.

The fatty acids

Lastly: Fatty Acids: These are not vitamins but lipid-breaking products, which means a lot to the body. Beyond the effect of fatty acids on the balance of cholesterol, they are also very important in inflammatory processes and have been found to be associated with the production of "other leukotriene" for allergic and asthmatic reactions.

There are many different types of fatty acids and the contribution of each type of fatty acid to the inflammatory process is complex but it can be said that the unsaturated fatty acids based on the n3 most commonly derived from fish ("fish oil") are the best fatty acids against inflammation and their rich diet. Reducing the production of leukotriene, which is now one of the major ingredients in general inflammation and allergic and asthmatic inflammation.
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