I have asthma. Is it OK for me to start an exercise program?

I have asthma. Is it OK for me to start an exercise program?

A Probably, but you should see your doctor before you start exercising, especially if you have been sedentary up to this point. Your personal physician can advise you on the type of exercise program that is best for you, given the severity of your condition, and how to avoid suffering exercise-related asthma attacks.


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55 Training your baby’s taste buds to enjoy fast foods, processed foods, and their harmful ingredients may put your child on a path of unhealthy food choices before she is even born. Not to mention, some studies suggest that regular fast food consumption can have negative effects (such as asthma) on your unborn baby’s health. Fast food meals and commercially packaged foods are known to be loaded with empty calories, high-glycemic carbohydrates, sugar, and bad fats, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. If you order the typical burger, fries, and a soft drink at a fast food establishment, you are likely to consume a combination of trans-fatty acids, Butylated Hydroxyanisole, hydrolyzed vegetable proteins, and artificial dyes and flavors. You do not want to transfer these ingredients to your developing baby, and even if one is not pregnant, fast food and processed foods are best eliminated due to their content. Let’s take a look at these ingredients below. Butylated Hydroxyanisole Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) is a chemical food additive put in oils so the oils can be used multiple times without going rancid.

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