An Example of a 3-Day Mucus-Eliminating Meal Plan

Written by: Lung Health
October 30, 2019
3-Day Mucus-Eliminating Meal Plan

There are many symptoms that are common when a patient has a chronic lung disease. A common symptom of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other chronic lung conditions is increased amounts of mucus. The foods you eat every day can go a long way toward decreasing how much mucus your body produces, and recipes that combine several such foods can be even more helpful. This is especially true if these recipes can be combined into a meal plan you can use for several days in a row. 

3-Day Mucus-Eliminating Meal Plan Example

Lung Health Institute has gathered many recipes that can help improve lung health and reduce the amount of mucus you’re dealing with. Here is an example of a 3-day plan that could help you eliminate mucus: 

Day 1Berry Almond SmoothieChicken and Arugula SaladHerb-Grilled Halibut SteaksChia Seed Pudding
Day 2Fried Eggs and AvocadoAdobo PorkSteak Lover’s ChiliDark Chocolate Almond Butter
Day 3Kale and Bacon FrittataCaprese SaladSalmon With Green Beans and WalnutsChocolate Hazelnut Truffles


Lung Health Institute Offers Treatment for Chronic Lung Disease Symptoms

Lung Health Institute has developed several treatment options that can help chronic lung disease patients target their symptoms. 

For instance, we offer an Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™ plan with many recipes designed to improve lung health. This plan also offers information about lung-healthy exercising, sleeping tips and natural supplements, and they’re intended to offer several benefits. These benefits include helping to boost the immune system and training the body to use fats to fight inflammation. 

Another treatment option we offer is minimally invasive cellular therapy. When patients receive cellular therapy, a small sample of the patient’s own blood is taken. From this sample, proteins, growth factors, platelets and other beneficial cells are separated and concentrated. These concentrated cells are then returned into the bloodstream. This may promote the repair of damaged tissue and reduce inflammation, allowing patients to Breathe Easier™ and improve their quality of life.

Take the next step to Breathe Easier. Contact a Lung Health Institute patient coordinator today for more information or to schedule a free consultation. 

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