Smokers often eat broccoli to help remove harmful substances from the lungs
Eating more broccoli, kale, kale, pakchoi and other cruciferous vegetables can help the lungs eliminate harmful bacteria. This is what the researchers tested in mice.
Smoking can damage the lungs. American researchers have discovered that sulforaphane, which is implanted in cruciferous plants, is a common antioxidant that activates a signal channel, allowing cells to play a “sweeper” role, keeping the lungs cleanTo prevent infection.
Smokers and patients with chronic chronic lung disease (COPD) have lost this cleaning function.
Although current trials of cancer have not been able to determine whether sulforaphane can treat lung diseases, we are reminding you that cruciferous vegetables are indispensable in the diet of smokers.