Smokeless indoor heating is often touted as a healthier alternative to outdoor smoking.
But, the benefits don’t stop there.
Smoking is one of the top causes of indoor health problems.
Now, researchers at the University of Washington have found that smokeless indoors has similar effects on the human body as smoking outside.
They found that smokers who were given a diet that contained an antioxidant and a variety of antioxidants could reduce their risk of heart disease and other diseases by as much as 45 percent.
But the research also suggests that those who have more trouble breathing or coughing may be better off getting help with that problem.
For some, smokeless outdoor cooking is the best way to cut down on indoor toxins.
But others, like the research team, don’t have a problem with the indoor environment.
They say that if you have a good reason for keeping your home smokeless, the answer is no.
“It doesn’t mean you can’t smoke indoors, it just means you should be careful about it,” said senior author Dr. David P. Nisbet, professor of medicine and director of the Center for Tobacco Research.
Nizbet said that if the best you can do is reduce the amount of tobacco smoke your house emits, then it’s not the smoking you should worry about.
“We don’t know what the smoke from the indoor indoor environment is actually doing to your body,” he said.
Smokeless outdoor heating, or smoking outdoors, is typically considered a safer alternative to smoking indoors.
The main health benefits of smokeless cooking, like helping you breathe better and reducing the risk of cancer, are limited by the way the smoke is burned.
Smoke-free cooking requires a separate stove that heats air from a water source.
But some scientists have suggested that this method may not be the best one for indoor smokers.
Nisa Ewers, a researcher at the Institute of Food Safety and Biotechnology in Sweden, says smokeless cookware doesn’t burn all the fat from the fat, or all the moisture from the moisture.
“They use a different kind of cooking method,” she said.
“I would say that smoke-free indoor cooking is a very different problem than smokeless outdoors cooking.”
Nisbets study included 4,800 people over a 10-year period.
He said that in addition to reducing lung cancer, the researchers also saw improvements in respiratory health and heart disease.
However, he said, the study also showed that smoking outdoors was a more health-damaging option than indoor smoking.
“In general, people who live in the urbanized environment are more exposed to smoke,” he told the Seattle Times.
“So if you live in an urbanized area, you’re more likely to smoke indoors.”
Nizbets team also found that outdoor smokers who used smokeless home heating for up to two years had higher rates of heart attack, stroke, diabetes and cancer than those who smoked indoors.
They also found a lower risk of dying from heart disease, and lung cancer.
And while indoor smokers who spent time outdoors had a reduced risk of developing asthma, the same was not true for smokers who stayed indoors.
Niska says that, if smokeless is the only option, it’s a good one.
“You can use it as a smoke free alternative,” she told the Times.
But Niskas work also found some benefits that can’t be fully attributed to smokeless heating.
“There is some evidence that smoke is very harmful to the lungs, and that smoke does have a negative effect on the heart,” she explained.
“And it is also possible that smoke reduces blood flow to the heart.”
For people with asthma, a smokeless stove is also a good choice, according to Niskanis study.
“But there’s a strong risk that indoor smoke could increase the risk for asthma,” she added.
“People who smoke outdoors are more likely than indoor smokers to develop asthma.
So it’s really important to make sure that you get the smokeless product that works for you.”
Smokeless cooking may be a great alternative to smoke, but there’s still a big difference between indoor and outdoor smoking in terms of health effects.
Nissbet said it is not yet clear how much smokeless air the food can withstand.
“The idea of using a smokefree cooking product as an alternative to indoor smoking, it depends on how much of a risk you take,” he added.
The research team is now working to develop an indoor smokeless oven that can deliver the same benefits, but also has a lower cost.