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    GET YOUR ANTIOXIDANTS

    A healthy and well-balanced diet that includes plenty of antioxidants is an excellent way to detox the lungs (and other

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    GET YOUR ANTIOXIDANTS

    A healthy and well-balanced diet that includes plenty of antioxidants is an excellent way to detox the lungs (and other organs.) Antioxidants ward off harmful free radicals that harm healthy cells.

    Research shows that antioxidants “enhance lung capability and improve the quality of breathing” in clinical settings.

    Good sources of antioxidants include blueberries, broccoli, fish, grapes, green tea, spinach and sweet potatoes.

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    BREAK A SWEAT

    Once again, researchers prove the extraordinary benefits of exercise.

    A half-hour, three to four times per week, or 20 minutes of high-intensity interval training three times weekly is enough to keep your lungs pumping along.

    If you’re really stretched for time, consider taking up the Tabata Workout – a four-minute HIIT regimen designed for Japanese Olympians.

    (Warning: this workout is intense.)

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