Bronchitis, Emphysema and Food

In a 1967 study, 60 patients with obstructive emphysema and bronchitis were able to bring their symptoms under control and stop using steroid medications when they adopted a grain-free diet. The study, entitled “Food allergy = its role in the symptoms of obstructive emphysema and chronic bronchitis,” was published in the Journal of Asthma Research (9/67;5(1):11-20). Unfortunately, studies such as this have been quickly forgotten, and few follow-up studies have been made. Today, just as in 1967, food is still the single most important factor in health and disease; however, it is rarely considered as such by mainstream healthcare providers.

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