A new study published in The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry shows that consuming carrots, celery, parsnips, and parsley can help minimise air pollution.
According to Study Finds, consuming more of these vegetables prevents acrolein buildup. Acrolein is a lung and skin irritant with a harsh, bitter odour found in cigarette smoke and car exhaust.
Health Sciences' Behavioral Health & Nutrition Program, discovered that apiaceous vegetables, which are strong in phytonutrients, were able to reduce the damaging effects of acrolein.
The results suggest that apiaceous vegetables may provide protection against acrolein-induced damages and inflammation because in the liver, the vegetables enhance conversion of acrolein into a water-soluble acid for bodily secretion.”
"We calculated that the real daily calorie quantity of apiaceous vegetables for humans is around 1 and 1/3 cups per day,
"It doesn't take much to observe a change, and this is a manageable quantity in daily life."
the importance of improving your diet to combat the buildup of toxicants found in air pollution.