A recent study by Nadia Mazzarazis of the University of Melbourne in Australia and his tutor, Dr. Tom Karagiannis, found that eating one or two servings of steamed broccoli per day is a new therapeutic treatment for asthma. The sulforaphane contained in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables helps fight respiratory infections that cause asthma. The new study found through laboratory tests that cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, cabbage, cauliflower, and cabbage can reduce or even reverse lung damage. Broccoli is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, iron, calcium and dietary fiber. It has zero fat content and contains a lot of antioxidants. It has anti-cancer properties. Dr. Karagi Annis pointed out that the new study provides a new approach for patients with poorly treated asthma. However, experts caution that this study is still in the experimental stage, when asthma attacks or serious respiratory diseases, patients must follow the doctor’s advice to receive regular treatment.