Essay About Onions

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Useful food products against sinus infections
Onions and garlic Garlic is the best completely natural antibiotic. Garlic contains allicin, organic sulfur, which has countless antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antioxidant and antimicrobial characteristics. You should always consume garlic with your regular meals and in cases of sinus infections you should inhale garlic mixed with water. Onions have the same characteristics as garlic. Inhale chopped onions in cases of a mild sinus infection. Boil onion slices for five minutes and drink the liquid to avoid the eye burning feeling caused by the sulfur when inhaling onions. Choose white, red or brown onions for best effect, since these types of onions have the strongest taste.
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Omega-3 fats, which reduce inflammations and infections of the entire respiratory tract, are found in fish such as salmon, herring and mackerel. You should consume two servings of fish weekly.
Anti-inflammatory products Dietary fibers, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and healthy fats are excellent against any infection. These anti-inflammatory substances will reduce the inflammation of the sinuses. Omega-3 fatty acids are excellent anti-inflammatory agents as well. Berries, beets, carrots, tomatoes, dark green leafy vegetables and broccoli contain flavonoids and carotenoids that are also able to reduce the inflammation of the sinuses.
Hydration
Your immune system needs the white blood cells to work properly in order to fight an infection. Consuming plenty of fluids helps the white blood cells’ function, so the sinus infection can be cured easily if enough fluids are consumed. The fluids also thin out the thick mucus. Choose green tea, water and warm drinks instead of sugar-sweetened drink. The sugary drinks don’t aid the function of the white blood cells.
Other helpful tips against a sinus infection
• Avoid processed, refined and junk food
• Enough vitamin D (by sun exposure or through food rich in vitamin

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