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what fruits or vegestables that is good for the lungs?

All fruits and Vegetables do

All fruits and Vegetables do a great deal to help your lungs. :) - A diet high in antioxidants may protect against the free radical-damaging effect of the toxins in lungs just as in other parts of the body. A good mix of fresh fruits and vegetables shall provide you with enough beta carotene, vitamin C and E. Other antioxidant rich foods include shellfish and avocados (selenium); nuts, seeds and shellfish (copper); and shellfish for zinc. Bioflavonoids, found in some fruits and vegetables, including citrus fruits and grapes (do not drink water over grapes), also have antioxidant properties.

Theophania is pretty much

Theophania is pretty much right! All fruits and vegetables, and a diet high in both, are not only going to be good for your lungs, but for your entire body.

Many fruits and vegetables contain minerals, vitamins, nutrients, amino acids, and antioxidants, all of which contribute to overall health.

Fruits and vegetables especially high in vitamin D and Vitamin C may have a bit more of an effect on the lungs. This would include mushrooms and citrus fruits respectively.

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