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Having viral fever, asthma, no pain in throat, clogged chest and coughing with phlegm. Diet to be taken?

I am having viral fever, no pain in throat and chest is clogged. I am having cough with a little phlegm . I am asthmatic as well and at this time,since my chest us completely choked, I am using inhaler and in addition taking the following medicines for viral: sinurest, crocin and novamox. Could you please tell, what type of food should I consume for fast recovery. Also please let me know what to avoid.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi welcome toHCMForum. the dhagnosis and treatment are good. i advise you to have tests TC DC ESR AEC besides xray to exclude eosinofelia.
coming to your point. avoid taking fruits juices ice water ice cream cool drinks. avoid taking nonvegetarian and oily foods. avoid facing air conditioner.
air coolers till the cough and cold is relieved. wishing for a quick recovery.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Rahul's  Response
For fast recovery you should use food with high protein like cheese,beans,beef,lean meats,fish yeast extract.
you should avoid cold items like icecreams, colddrinks etc
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