Are you feeling defeated each year every time the weather warms up and you get all stuffy? Here are some helpful recommendations to help say goodbye to seasonal allergy symptoms…
Quercetin is a bioflavonoid found naturally in red wine, grapefruit, onions, apples, and black tea that has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It has been found in studies as a safe, natural therapy to block substances involved in allergies, improving seasonal allergy symptoms.
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Your digestive health plays a huge role in your immune system health. A good probiotic will help regulate the immune system by balancing the bacteria and living organisms in your digestive tract.
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Eating a well-balanced, anti-inflammatory diet has shown to be effective at reducing seasonal allergy symptoms. Foods to avoid include dairy, alcohol, caffeine, sugar or wheat, among other foods which you may be sensitive to.
Try adding garlic, ginger, or cayenne pepper to dishes to help thin out mucous and keep your nasal passages clear!
Some other foods to try adding to your diet include: salmon, cabbage, carrots, and yellow bell peppers.
Always check with your healthcare provider when making changes to your diet.
Raw, local honey
Several recent naturopathic studies have identified raw, local honey as an anti-inflammatory food which can help build up your immunity to pollen allergies. The bee pollen and propolis found in raw honey also can help to treat respiratory issues. Always check with your healthcare provider first before trying new therapies as some people may not be able to take raw honey. Do not give raw honey to infants under the age of 1.
Apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is a fermented fruit product that works to control the pH of your body. In doing so, it helps clear out lymph nodes and organs where toxins can accumulate. Keeping the body’s pH balanced or slightly alkaline will help to eliminate the symptoms of allergies. The healthiest kind of ACV is organic and unfiltered as apples rank high on the Environmental Working Group’s “Dirty Dozen”.
Clean, clean, clean!
Keeping all surfaces and floors tidy and clean will reduce exposure to allergens in your environment. This can prove to be a mighty task when it seems never-ending, but your work will pay off! If you have pets, bathe or groom them more frequently during allergy season as their coats can hang onto allergens (and ticks!).