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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Nano Membrane Filtration Technology for sewage treatment

Nano Filtration (NF) Technology for Sewage Treatment

There are two classes of membrane process used in the water and wastewater field. The first category includes reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF). 
Technology
There are two types of membrane filtration technology for water and wastewater treatment, namely ultrafiltration (UF) and microfiltration (MF). UF has pores of 0.01 – 0.02 μm, while MF for water treatment has pores of 0.04 – 0.10 μm. In wastewater applications, coarser MF pore sizes of 0.2 and 0.4 μm can be used, but the finer MF membranes for water duties are also suitable. 
MF removes common particles found in water including bacteria and other microbial organisms, while UF removes viruses in addition, thereby providing a physical disinfection barrier. For RO pre-treatment of wastewater, membrane filtration is normally used in combination with coagulation to control fouling, ensure operational stability and improve removals of dissolved organics.
Conclusions
• Wastewater treated by conventional activated sludge provides a suitable feed for membrane treatment
• The wastewater reuse market is growing rapidly, and provides an opportunity with excellent business potential for membrane filtration
• For wastewater reuse, UF/MF membrane pre-treatment is essential for low cost RO
• The energy cost and Total Water Cost for wastewater reuse is significantly below that of seawater desalination
• MBR – RO has higher energy costs than conventional wastewater treatment followed by UF/MF – RO
• Membrane filtration case studies in wastewater reuse have provided good experience for the water Industry.

Saturday, December 26, 2015

Nokia E63 Memory Full – 4 Effective Solutions

Its very simple.
1)First backup all your data to your computer using NOKIA PC SUIT.
2)Just remove the SIM CARD and the MEMORY CARD.
3)Go to menu-tools--settings---general---factory setting.
4)You are done. Your phone will re start with original factory settings..
5)Use NOKIA PC SUIT to restore all data again to your NOKIA E63.

http://ezmeans.com/2012/11/10/nokia-e63-memory-full-4-effective-solutions/

Nokia E63 Memory Full – 4 Effective Solutions

If you’ve been using Nokia E63 for more than a year, you are likely to get repeated annoying notification that “the memory is full. Delete some data to send and receive messages”. Though you delete all messages, the problem does not seem to get resolved. This is very annoying because you can not do some basic operations like receiving and sending messages, with this problem on.  Here are a few things that you can do to get rid of this problem once and for all. 
1. Backup phone memory to memory card -
This is my number 1 method of solving this issue. Go to Menu – Tools – Memory. Click on options and click on “Back up phone memory”. This will backup everything onto your memory card. This has been solving my issues for many a times.  
2. Clear Cache of the internet –Click on the internet button that you can see on the default screen. (Let it load the internet page)
Click on options, scroll down , click on “clear privacy data” select all. Click Yes. This will clear all privacy data and unload the phone and give a lot of memory.
3. Remove unwanted Apps –Chances are that you are have downloaded a few apps that are not useful to you anymore. Go to app manager and delete them.
4. Store most of the things in memory card – Store all your videos, audio files, active notes etc in Memory card rather than on your phone.
To store all active notes in memory card – Click on active notes – options – settings. First in the menu is memory in use. If it is showing ‘phone memory’ then change it to ‘memory card’.


Thursday, December 24, 2015

How to make your own HOME BIO GAS PLANT FROM KITCHEN WASTE

KITCHEN (FOOD) WASTE---SMALL MODULAR BIO GAS SYSTEM FOR INDIVIDUAL HOUSES

How much Kitchen Waste do we have to feed on daily basis?

Kitchen waste is high calorie feedstock which contains starch, sugar, cellulose or protein. This material is capable of producing more quantity of methane per ton of feedstock (on dry weight basis). Care must be taken to ensure that kitchen waste like vegetable pcs, leaves, wheat roti / bread or solid left overs are converted in semi liquid form before feeding in the Plant. This can be done either by using food crusher or keeping kitchen waste in Bucket with water for 4 to 5 hours prior to feeding.
  DATA CHART :
Gas Generation Capacity
SIZE OF TANKS (PVC)
Mix Kitchen Waste / day
Water / day
Initial Cow Dung charging
DIA
HEIGHT
0.5 Cu. Mtr
1600
1100
2.5 Kg
2.5 Litrs of Water
20 Kg
1.0 Cu. Mtr
2100
1500
5 Kg
5 Litrs of Water
25 Kg
1.5 Cu. Mtr
2300
1650
10 Kg
10 Litrs of Water
30 Kg
2.0 Cu. Mtr.
2550
1800
20 Kg
20 Litrs of Water
35 Kg

Gas Volume :
One Cu. Mtr. Bio Gas runs approximately 1 Hour at a time. One can cook three meals per day by using 1 cum Bio Gas Plant.
We can use Bio Gas frequently about three times a day with the interval of around 2 to 3 hours.1 cum of bio gas is equal to 0.43 kg of LPG. About 5 kg. of kitchen waste is required for 1 cum. plant. Gas coming out of the plant can be used in the kitchen with the help of biogas stove while the slurry coming out from the outlet can be used as manure. The gas generated will have 60 to 70% methane, 5 to 10% water vapour (moisture) and the balance will be Carbon-di-oxide.

How it works :

The main digester is initially fed with fresh cow dung slurry so that slurry comes out from the slurry outlet pipe. The ratio of dung and water should be 1:1 Subsequently, cattle dung is not needed. Now wait for bio gas production to start in the newly installed plant. It may take 20-30 days for the first bacterial culture to develop and produce gas.
As gas starts producing, one can start feeding the plant daily with  kitchen / vegetable waste in a small quantity and increase it to the recommended quantity after one week.. The ratio of kitchen waste and water should be 1:1.This will facilitate easy flow of waste through inlet  into  the  bio-methanization  plant.  The  value  of    pH  of  the  kitchen  waste  should  be ideally kept  at 7 for optimum production of biogas. Make a slurry of lime by adding one kg lime with 10 liter of water and add it into the digester chamber to make pH 7. Check with pH paper whether the pH is 7 or not regularly.
LOCATION:  Always in a sunny area where temperature is high and as near to kitchen as possible so that gas pipe length is less.

OPERATING COST : The operating cost of Bio Gas plant is very less.  All what required for 1 Cu. Mtr Bio Gas plant is  5 to 6 Kg of Kitchen waste / on dry weight basis. Break even period is approximately 5 to 6 years if Gas is used for cooking application                                  

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Mini Bio-gas plant using food waste, decomposable organic material and kitchen waste

Source Of The Article: http://www.instructables.com/id/Bio-gas-plant-using-kitchen-waste/
Components of the Bio-gas Plant

The major components of the bio-gas plant are a digester tank, an inlet for feeding the kitchen waste, gas holder tank, an outlet for the digested slurry and the gas delivery system for taking out and utilizing the produced gas.

This project is also useful for students to have a hands-on learning experience in constructing a Mini Bio-Gas Plant, using locally available material.

Material Required:

1. Empty PVC can 50 ltrs capacity: 1 No. (to be used as Digester Tank)
2. Empty PVC can 40 ltrs capacity: 1 no. (to be used as Gas Holder Tank) (Make sure the smaller can fits inside larger one and moves freely)
3. 64 mm dia pvc pipe: about 40 cm long (to be used for feeding waste material)
4. 32 mm dia pvc pipe: about 50 cm long (fixed inside gas holder tank as a guide pipe)
5. 25 mm dia pvc pipe: about 75 cm long (fixed inside the digester tank as a guide pipe)
6. 32 mm dia pvc pipe: about 25 cm long (fixed on digester tank to act as outlet for digested slurry)
7. M-seal or any water-proof adeshive
8. Gas outlet system: Please see Step 4 below for required materials and construction

Tools required

Do not require many tools here. A hack saw blade for cutting the cans & pipes and a sharp knife for cutting holes on the cans are all the tools we need.

Additional accessories

A single burner bio-gas stove or a Bunsen Burner used in school laboratories
Initially, cow-dung mixed with water will be fed in to the system, which will start the gas formation process. Subsequently, food waste, decomposable organic material and kitchen waste will be diluted with water and used to feed the system. The gas holder will rise along the guide pipes based on the amount of gas produced. We can add some weight on top of the gas holder to increase the gas pressure. When we feed the system, the excess digested slurry will fall out through the outlet pipe, which can be collected, diluted and used as organic manure.

Initial production of gas will consist of oxygen, methane, carbon di oxide and some other gases and will not burn. These gases can be released to the atmosphere by opening the ball valve at least three / four times.

Subsequent gas will consist of about 70 to 80 percent methane and the rest carbon di oxide, which can be used in a single bio-gas burning stove or a Bunsen burner.

Total cost of this proto-type system is about one thousand Indian Rupees (about 20 dollars)
Gas formation started and the gas holder tank gets lifted up. I have placed two bricks on top of the gas holder to get more gas pressure.

Note for students who are doing this as their School Project:

1. Take guidance from your teacher while using the gas in a stove or Bunsen burner.
2. Collect surplus food and wastage during lunch, dilute and feed the system.
3. Fruit peels, extracted tea powder, waste milk and milk products  can also be used for feeding the system.
4. DO NOT USE eggshells, Onion peels or left-over bones in this system as they will affect the efficient functioning of the system
5. Plant some seedling
6. while feeding, collect the slurry from the outlet, feed the seedlings and watch them grow

Read step by step instruction at: http://www.instructables.com/id/Bio-gas-plant-using-kitchen-waste/

Components of the Bio-gas Plant

The major components of the bio-gas plant are a digester tank, an inlet for feeding the kitchen waste, gas holder tank, an outlet for the digested slurry and the gas delivery system for taking out and utilizing the produced gas.


This project is also useful for students to have a hands-on learning experience in constructing a Mini Bio-Gas Plant, using locally available material.


Material Required:


1. Empty PVC can 50 ltrs capacity: 1 No. (to be used as Digester Tank)

2. Empty PVC can 40 ltrs capacity: 1 no. (to be used as Gas Holder Tank) (Make sure the smaller can fits inside larger one and moves freely)
3. 64 mm dia pvc pipe: about 40 cm long (to be used for feeding waste material)
4. 32 mm dia pvc pipe: about 50 cm long (fixed inside gas holder tank as a guide pipe)
5. 25 mm dia pvc pipe: about 75 cm long (fixed inside the digester tank as a guide pipe)
6. 32 mm dia pvc pipe: about 25 cm long (fixed on digester tank to act as outlet for digested slurry)
7. M-seal or any water-proof adeshive
8. Gas outlet system: Please see Step 4 below for required materials and construction

Tools required


Do not require many tools here. A hack saw blade for cutting the cans & pipes and a sharp knife for cutting holes on the cans are all the tools we need.


Additional accessories


A single burner bio-gas stove or a Bunsen Burner used in school laboratories

Initially, cow-dung mixed with water will be fed in to the system, which will start the gas formation process. Subsequently, food waste, decomposable organic material and kitchen waste will be diluted with water and used to feed the system. The gas holder will rise along the guide pipes based on the amount of gas produced. We can add some weight on top of the gas holder to increase the gas pressure. When we feed the system, the excess digested slurry will fall out through the outlet pipe, which can be collected, diluted and used as organic manure.

Initial production of gas will consist of oxygen, methane, carbon di oxide and some other gases and will not burn. These gases can be released to the atmosphere by opening the ball valve at least three / four times.


Subsequent gas will consist of about 70 to 80 percent methane and the rest carbon di oxide, which can be used in a single bio-gas burning stove or a Bunsen burner.


Total cost of this proto-type system is about one thousand Indian Rupees (about 20 dollars)

Gas formation started and the gas holder tank gets lifted up. I have placed two bricks on top of the gas holder to get more gas pressure.

Note for students who are doing this as their School Project:


1. Take guidance from your teacher while using the gas in a stove or Bunsen burner.

2. Collect surplus food and wastage during lunch, dilute and feed the system.
3. Fruit peels, extracted tea powder, waste milk and milk products  can also be used for feeding the system.
4. DO NOT USE eggshells, Onion peels or left-over bones in this system as they will affect the efficient functioning of the system
5. Plant some seedling
6. while feeding, collect the slurry from the outlet, feed the seedlings and watch them grow 

Step one; 50 ltrs capacity PVC can, which will act as the digester unit and removed the top portion of the can, by cutting it with a hack saw blade: 

Step 2: The smaller white can, which will act as the gas holder fits inside the red one. Here, again removed the top of the white can, also with the help of a hack saw blade:


Step 3: 64 mm, 32 mm and 25 mm dia PVC pipes which  will be used for feeding the kitchen waste, guide pipe for the gas holder and guide pipe fixed with the digestion chamber respectively. A small piece of 32 mm dia pipe will be used as outlet for the slurry:

Step 4:

1.  items required for the gas delivery system: got these items from a hardware store


1. Ball valve : one no ( to adjust the gas flow)
2. 'T' joint : one no ( to connect the gas holder and the ball valve)
3. Cap to block one end of 'T' joint : one no
4. Coupling or Adapter : one no (to connect vertical end of 'T' in to the gas collector)
5. Nipple: one no (added to the coupling in to the gas collector)
6. Gas pipe (flexible) : two meters
7. Barb : one no (fitted with the gas pipe, to join with the Ball valve)
8. Clip : one no (used for crimping the barb with the gas pipe and make it leak-proof)
9. Teflon tape : one roll (used as thread tape in all joints)

Step 5: Here I have marked the cuts to be made in the bottom of the gas collection tank. The smaller hole on the left for gas delivery system, center hole for fixing the 32 mm guide pipe and 64 mm hole for fixing the waste feeding pipe on the right side. Made these holes with the help of a sharp knife and hack saw blade.


The next image is Inside of the gas holder showing the 32 mm guide pipe (center) and the 64 mm feeding pipe fixed with M-seal

 Step 6: Top view of the gas holder showing the feeding pipe, central guide pipe and the gas delivery system: I have closed the feeding pipe withe an old lid  (red one). This will facilitate opening the feed pipe only during feeding the system.

Step 7: Digestion tank fitted with the central guide pipe and the outlet pipe for the slurry:

Step 8:

Completed unit. I have removed the gas pipe, so that the joints will get cured without any stress:
Step 9:

Charged the digester tank with cow dung diluted with water. Placed the gas holder tank and left it for two three days. The cow dung slurry started the process of gas forming.

Gas formation started and the gas holder tank gets lifted up. I have placed two bricks on top of the gas holder to get more gas pressure.
Step 10:
Note for students who are doing this as their School Project:

1. Take guidance from your teacher while using the gas in a stove or Bunsen burner.
2. Collect surplus food and wastage during lunch, dilute and feed the system.
3. Fruit peels, extracted tea powder, waste milk and milk products  can also be used for feeding the system.
4. DO NOT USE eggshells, Onion peels or left-over bones in this system as they will affect the efficient functioning of the system
5. Plant some seedling
6. while feeding, collect the slurry from the outlet, feed the seedlings and watch them grow

Wait for a day or two before feeding the system, allowing all joints to get cured and become leak-proof.

Initially, cow-dung mixed with water will be fed in to the system, which will start the gas formation process. Subsequently, food waste, decomposable organic material and kitchen waste will be diluted with water and used to feed the system. The gas holder will rise along the guide pipes based on the amount of gas produced. We can add some weight on top of the gas holder to increase the gas pressure. When we feed the system, the excess digested slurry will fall out through the outlet pipe, which can be collected, diluted and used as organic manure.

Initial production of gas will consist of oxygen, methane, carbon di oxide and some other gases and will not burn. These gases can be released to the atmosphere by opening the ball valve at least three / four times.

Subsequent gas will consist of about 70 to 80 percent methane and the rest carbon di oxide, which can be used in a single bio-gas burning stove or a Bunsen burner.

Total cost of this proto-type system is about one thousand Indian Rupees (about 20 dollars)

This is a basic prototype of a Bio-gas system using the food waste, decomposable organic material and kitchen waste to produce gas. An one thousand liter capacity Digestion tank will be sufficient for a small household for daily cooking purpose. The bigger commercial models provide a water seal between the digestion tank and gas holder tank.














You can get further information on kitchen waste based mini Bio-gas plant at the following links


http://www.instructables.com/id/Constructing-a-Medium-Sized-Biogas-Plant-Using-Kit/step3/Other-Materials-Required/


nabi kabyo by syed ahmad hussain, rabiul awalor baro tarikhot hum bare puwa tei subah sadikot

nabi kabyo a poetry book in assamese written about Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by my grand father late syed ahmad hussain saheb of Jorhat, Assam,India.

Two lines from the book i always remember whenever 12 rabi ul awwal that is today comes....

rabiul awalor baro tarikhot ,
hum bare puwa tei subah sadikot,

               Jorhat Nana (Late SYED AHMAD HUSSAIN ) Nani (Late SYEDA ABIDON NISA ) 

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More About Assamese Syeds :: http://www.assamesesyeds.org/assamesesadahshistory.htm

ISBN: 8171512828 
Author: Shibli Nu'mani/Budayuni 
Publisher: Kazi Publications (Pakistan) 
Pages: 575 Binding: Hardback 

Description from the publisher: 

The Book is the English translation of Sirat-un-Nabi originally written in Urdu by the late ‘Allama Shibli Nu‘mani’.

None can deny that the life-history of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon him) is an imperative need not only for the Muslims but for humanity at large. It is a necessity, not only religious or Islamic, but also literary, moral and cultural. In short, it is a necessity that meets our interests both in this world and in the Hereafter.

This valuable work on the life of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace and Blessings of Allah upon him) hardly stands in need of any introduction. Allama Shibli has indeed earned great fame for this work.

This biography was written in Urdu and great need was being felt for rendering it into English. The translation is a very successful attempt. It is not only correct but couched in good English.

ISBN 81-7151-282-8 23x36/16 1288 Pages 2000

Buy ONLINE  Fromhttp://www.onlineislamicstore.com/b3808.html



Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Delhi Air Pollution---Medicine for COPD,Cough, Asthma, pulmonary complications and chronic and severe bronchitis.

HONEY IS BEST CURE OF ASTHMA



Causes of asthma

  • Allergy due to natural tendency/ airborne allergens (house dust, cockroaches) and irritants (tobacco smoke) trigger it.
  • Hereditary
  • Childhood respiratory infection
  • Environmental and biologic triggers like infections, dietary patterns, hormonal changes in women etc.
  • Hypersensitivity from allergens like molds, animal dander, grass, pollens, hair, lint and grains.
  • Some drugs and medications are also responsible for it. Ex.  aspirin and non steroidal drugs.
  • Fluctuation/Change in weather.
  • Digestive disorders
  • Affliction in gastrointestinal tract
LIVING WITH COPD , Inhalers and Nebulizers for COPD,read http://www.healthline.com/health/copd/inhaler-nebulizer

Top 25 Pulmologist in Delhi area https://in.linkedin.com/title/chest-physician/new-delhi-area

Book Appointment with Dr. Sanjay Rajpal http://www.drriight.com/doctor/new-delhi/pulmonologist/sanjay-rajpal

Advice for Contacting Dr.Sanjay Rajpal, Maharani Bagh, New Delhi

Landline No.: 26827096, 26841552, 26315704.

Dont stop your Steroid Inhalers and Anti Allergic tablets given by your pulmologist.

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE ::

BUT, YOU CAN ALSO USE ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE LIKE  HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE OR UNANI OR HERBAL ALONGWITH YOUR INHALERS

HOMEOPATHIC DOCTOR : Contact Doctor Tasleem 09810536348
Doctor Sazid 09811350114

Natrum Sulph as a Homeopathic Cure for Asthma in Children

Homeopathic Medicine Arsenic Album For Nearly all forms of Asthma

  • Treatment with Antimonium tartaricum is useful for children who face severe cough.
  • Arsenicum album is given to person who is suffering from cyclic nature of cough. Perennial thrust, restiveness and anxiety are associated with it.
  • Blatta Orientalis- given in case of severity.
  • Ipecac- takes it during chronic cough.
  • Kali Carbonicum is useful homeopathic medicine in case of aggravated condition.
  • Phosporus-Good remedy for breathlessness.
  • Spongia tosta- effective remedy for dry coughs, especially with children and reduces the role of inhalers where harmful chemicals like steroid are used.
  • Pulsetila facilitates breathing and helpful in preventing suffocation and asthma attack.
  • Carbo vegitable relieves chest congestion and spasmodic asthmas and a bronchodialator.
  • Kali bic is helpful when one experience no air in the chest.
  • Natrum mur treats aggravated problems.
  • Antimonium tartaricum is given when the patient feel crackling sounds in the chest.
  • Spongia tosta is prescribed at rattling asthma.
  • Chamomilla may be used when during dry and hard cough.
  • Nux vomica is recommended when the chest is congested.
  • Asthmatic homeopathic common medicines used for the disease are Lachesis, sulphur, ignatia, hepar-sulph and tuberculinum.
A word of caution: The above-mentioned natural homeopathic remedies for asthma are deep-acting and should not be used without consulting an experienced homeopathic doctor.

Unani MEDICINE: Asthma-5 has shown good response in chronic patients of bronchial asthma.

Source:http://allergy.immunodefence.com/2006/11/unani-drug-found-effective-in.html

Take  Medical supervision before taking these Unani medicines.Consult Hakeem Jamil Ahmad at his mobile ::09990157407(Delhi)

Herbal Unani Medicine for COPD,Cough, Asthma, pulmonary complications and chronic and severe bronchitis.Take all the following six medicines together once morning, once evening

1. Kushta Gaudanti 
It is effective in treating Chronic Fever, Headache and Dyspnea.

2.Habb e seen
·         It is useful to treat throat infections and cough arising due to Eosinophilia.
·         It helps to improve Immune system of the body.

3.Laooq katan
·         Useful in phlegmatic  asthma and removes the constipation. Useful in phlegmatic cough and asthma Removes phlegm from chest and lungs

4..Majun nankhwah
It helps to digest the food quickly and sharpens the appetite.

5.khamira abreshham sheera unnab wala
It is used in the treatment of tuberculosis, dry cough, debility, anxiety, palpitation and weakness of eyesight. It helps to strengthen brain and lungs.Relieves the palpitation and depression immediately, beneficial in dry and tuberculosis cough, weakness of brain and flatulence.

6.sharbat sadar

Useful in pulmonary complaints, severe and chronic bronchitis, safeguard for asthmatic  fits if utilized in asthmatic condition.

Source of information:: http://www.rexremedies.com/cough-asthama.html


AYURVEDIC REMEDY :TYLOPHORA INDICA

Read more http://onlyayurved.com/health/asthma/dambel-dambooti-for-asthma/

Home remedies for asthma relief :HONEY IS BEST



Apricot (khubaanee)is used for asthma, cough, constipation, bleeding, infertility, eyeinflammation, spasm, and vaginal infections.

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  • Lemon juice is good natural remedy.
  • Combination of Bitter gourd root + Honey + Tulsi leaves brings unique result to the patients. It is one of the best home remedies for such patients.
  • Boil drumstick leaves + Salt+ Pepper + Lime juice, an effective herbal remedy for the condition.
  • Taking and inhaling honey is one of the widespread treatments for the case.
  • Inhalation of eucalyptus oils open up airways.
  • Ginger juice + Methi + honey, a very effective home remedy for the chronic condition.
  • Juices of carrot and spinach provide relief.
  • Onion + honey + some black pepper provide relief from congestion and ease breathlessness.
  • Garlic+ milk is a beneficial remedy.
  • Honey + warm water take out phlegm from the throat and used for treatment purposes.
  • Massage of mustard oil and camphor over the chest provides relieve in breathing.
  • Take the steam of carom ajwain to get respite.
  • Use basil + honey every morning to keep away from the condition.
  • Chew basil leaves + salt for natural treatment to cure it.
  • Use roasted gram and milk at night to free flow of airways.
  • Turmeric (grind) + honey are unique for it.
  • Chewing of black pepper at night is also good.
  • Lemon juice + ginger once a day is fine with the condition.
  • Chewing Chebulic Myroblan gives reprieve from asthmatic attacks.

Diet for Asthma

Chew your food properly and eat slowly with relax mind. To avoid over-fullness on chest, always eat less than your capacity and avoid imbalanced diet. If diet changes as per complementary and alternative medicine, there is a greater chance to bring relief in asthma. One should take diet as per COPD guidelines. Children are also at greater risk of the condition because some foods are the biggest trigger of asthma attack among children. Children with obesity are prone to it, so diet, weight loss regime and fitness is must here to reduce cholesterol.
  • Green leafy vegetable, fresh fruits and herbs are quite effective for the condition due to its antioxidant features.
  • Onion contains ‘quercetin’, an anti-inflammatory compound and considered as most effective remedy.
  • Hot pungent may make breathing easier by opening air passage.
  • Citrus fruits due to its greater content of Vitamin C have inherent power to fight it.
  • Predominately vegetarian diet is the good option for the patients.
  • Foods rich in Vitamin A play a vital role in curing it.
  • Oxygen carrying capacity of blood increases owing to antioxidant property of Vitamin E.
  • Essential fatty acids, particularly omega-3 oils reduce inflammation and alleviate attacks.
  • The therapeutic aspects of Tulsi can’t be ignored.
  • Flavonoids of apples reduce inflammation.
  • Nasal acuteness can be minimized by taking turmeric along with honey.
  • Eating of ginger and black pepper is advisable.
  • Take more and more lukewarm water.
  • Asthmatic diet should contain of limited quantity of carbohydrate, protein and fats. He should also take more and more quantity of alkaline foods like fresh fruits, green vegetables and Bengal gram.
Foods not for asthma
  • Avoid sugar, rice, pickles, ice cream, cold drinks, curds etc. as all those help in phlegm formation.
  • Spicy and pungent foods should also be avoided.
  • Foods like cider, wine, beer and cheese may provoke asthma attack.
  • Allergen foods that are responsible for it are meat, eggs, fish, shellfish, milk, chocolate, food preservatives etc.