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Tags: lung function | COPD | allergic reactions | airborne mold | congestive obstructive pulmonary disorder

How Can I Improve Lung Function?

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Question: I am a 53-year-old female with high to moderate COPD. Could you recommend steps to help me improve lung function and eliminate reactions to airborne mold?
 
Dr. Blaylock's Answer:
 
To reduce reaction to mold and other allergens, one can use quercetin, curcumin, omega-3 oils, and other antioxidants that will reduce immune reactions and free radical damage.

Magnesium citrate/malate reduces the inflammatory immune reaction within the lungs. Beta-carotene can worsen symptoms by stimulating immunity. High iron intake also worsens the problem.

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Question: I am a 53-year-old female with high to moderate COPD. Could you recommend steps to help me improve lung function and eliminate reactions to airborne mold? Dr. Blaylock's Answer: To reduce reaction to mold and other allergens, one can use quercetin, curcumin,...
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