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Foods to prevent phlegm


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Excerpt: Iíve been getting a lot of phlegm recently and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations of foods to avoid and which to eat ?

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    Foods to prevent phlegm

    Iíve been getting a lot of phlegm recently and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations of foods to avoid and which to eat ?

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    Re: Foods to prevent phlegm

    The answer is pretty much the same as in every situation.
    Eat mostly healthy foods and avoid all the processed stuff as much as possible.
    Make sure your diet is also rich in fruits, vegetables, berries and whatnot.

    If you feel like you're getting sick bump up your vitamin C intake.

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    Re: Foods to prevent phlegm

    dairy is #1 to avoid obviously. and avoid the dairy substitutes too

    sugar is a big one, very inflammatory

    bread is inflammatory due to high refined flour..

    avoid processed and refined foods..

    best way to fight phlegm is water fast for a couple days.. that will reverse inflammation
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    Re: Foods to prevent phlegm

    Quote Quote posted by hunter5 View Post
    Iíve been getting a lot of phlegm recently and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations of foods to avoid and which to eat ?
    So look at what you ate recently

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    Re: Foods to prevent phlegm

    Quote Quote posted by hunter5 View Post
    Iíve been getting a lot of phlegm recently and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations of foods to avoid and which to eat ?
    It may not even be diet related. I know its allergy season for a lot of people
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    Re: Foods to prevent phlegm

    What does food have to do with it? Probably allergies.

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