UK: Apples and tomatoes are key to reducing risk of lung disorders and asthma
A group of scientists at Nottingham University in the UK have discovered that eating apples and tomatoes can promote healthy lungs, and the alleviation of several breathing disorders and lung diseases, such as asthma. By pinpointing the extra benefits of tomatoes and apples, the study builds on the long-standing knowledge that fresh fruit can reduce the risk of asthma and chronic lung diseases.
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