Diet Chart For Allergic bronchitis

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Allergic bronchitis


Allergic bronchitis, also known as allergic airway disease, refers to inflammation of the bronchial tubes (airways) in the lungs due to an allergic reaction. This condition is often triggered by exposure to allergens such as pollen, dust mites, mold, pet dander, or certain foods.


Include fruits like apple, papaya, and pomegranate in your diet.

Eat vegetables and whole grains with anti-inflammatory properties, such as berries and green leafy vegetables.

Include sources like fatty fish rich in Omega fatty acids.

Include flaxseeds, chia seeds, and walnuts in your diet as they may have anti-inflammatory effects.

Include yoghurt and fermented foods which can promote gut health, potentially influencing the immune system and reducing inflammation.

Hydration: Drink plenty of water to keep mucus thin and make it easier to clear from the airways.


Avoid triggering foods which  trigger allergic reactions. Common triggers include dairy, gluten, and processed foods.

Avoid eating milk and milk products.

Avoid eating outside unhealthy food.

Avoid eating products which includes gluten .

Avoid eating cabbage, beans and onion.


DO’s :

Eat enough high-carb foods every day to keep your glycogen stores full and get the most out of your workout.

A large meal takes 3 to 4 hours to digest, a small meal 2 to 3 hours, a mixed or liquid meal 1 to 2 hours, and a small snack less than 1 hour.


Don’t keep your body dehydrated.

Maintain the right balance of intake and output of water.

Balance your protein and carbohydrate intake wisely.

Drinking alcohol and smoking should be absolutely avoided.

Dr.Vaseem Choudhary Has treated many patients of allergic bronchitis successfully with his mastery skills and expertise in knowledge along with the treatment part conservative management with the help of diet and exercise are also been recommended to the patient for best results. Please visit the clinic for further details at Homoeo Care Clinic, Pune.