Children eating three or more burgers in a week do have a higher risk of developing asthma in their body than the children who eat a good diet at home. This has been informed by the UK researchers. The researchers have suggested this after a study over 50,000 children from 20 different countries.
They have also added that eating vegetables, fruits and fish protects the body from asthma, but eating burgers regularly could lead the children to asthma. This study was conducted over the children of both the poorer and wealthy countries in between 1995 to 2005.
The parents of the children involved in that study were asked about the diets of their children and also asked whether they had been attacked by asthma. The diet varied depending on the locations they lived. Eating lots of fish was more helpful to protect the body from asthma in the richer countries of the world.
But eating at least three burgers was seemed to be directly linked with the risk of asthma and wheezing in the richer countries. Asthma UK said this research will help to understand the connection between asthma and diet.