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High dietary ingestion of carotenoids may help to keep asthma at bay.
Preference for fiber-containing foods may reduce the frequency and severity of symptoms in asthmatic patients.
High dietary ingestion of fiber may help thwart the development of allergic diseases, such as asthma, atopic dermatitis, and allergic rhinitis, particularly in men.
Indulgence in fast foods may make children and adolescents more prone to having asthma, eczema, and rhinoconjunctivitis.
Regular consumers of fast foods, such as hamburgers, may be at risk of suffering from allergic diseases, such as asthma, eczema, rhino-conjunctivitis, and allergic rhinitis.
Following a high vegetable diet rich in tomatoes, carrots, and leafy vegetables may lower a woman's risk of developing asthma.
Women with high intake of artificially-sweetened beverages during pregnancy may have high chances of giving birth to babies at risk of developing asthma and allergic rhinitis.
Asthma is less likely to occur among regular consumers of foods rich in vitamin A and C.