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It is interesting to know that each day the nose and sinuses produce about a litre of mucus.

Mucus is an essential element in protecting the lungs as it traps particles (bacteria, viruses, pollen, etc.) contained in the air we breathe.

The mucus is pushed up the nose or down the throat to be eliminated.

This happens in normal healthy conditions, but sometimes the mucus thickens and accumulates inside the sinuses and can cause very annoying symptoms such as nasal congestion, runny nose, facial pain and an altered sense of smell, which are characteristic of sinusitis.

One way to make it easier for mucus to drain and keep it from building up is to keep it clear and, fluid.

For this, it is advisable to maintain a humid environment and drink liquids: water, tea and other infusions with substances such as thyme, eucalyptus or elderberry.

Diet can also play a role in mucus consistency. There are various foods that help prevent it from thickening and others that seem to favour the appearance of less clear mucus and that, therefore, should be avoided.

The recommended foods that help thin mucus include:

  • Fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Greens

These foods contain beta-carotenes, which are vitamin A precursors and antioxidants, help the immune system, maintain healthy mucous membranes and repair inflamed ones.

The fruits with the highest content of carotenes include orange, banana, apple, plum, mango and melon.

The vegetables richest in these pigments are spinach, chard and broccoli.

The vegetable with the most beta-carotene is the carrot.

Some foods seem to have bactericidal and virucidal capacity, which is why they could reduce the probability of upper respiratory tract infections and consequently prevent the increase in mucus and its further thickening.

In contrast, there is a list of foods that, with more or less scientific evidence, it is advisable to avoid when suffering from an upper respiratory infection such as sinusitis, since they would thicken the mucus, therefore making it more challenging to eliminate.

These foodsthat not help thin mucus include:

  • coffee,
  • Sugar
  • Alcohol
  • Fat
  • Dairy products
  • Fried foods

If, despite everything, the nasal mucosa and nasal sinuses become inflamed (sinusitis) and mucus accumulates, the relief of symptoms is obviously achieved by eliminating that mucus.

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