Natural allergy remedies are a hot topic nowadays, and many allergy sufferers are using optimal diet and supplement choices in the fight against allergies. Here are nine worth your consideration:
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This fruit is abundant in Vitamin C and also reduces histamines, which are a natural part of every allergic response.
When it comes to fish, fat is best. Sardines, anchovies, salmon and mackerel all are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, a compound known to reduce inflammation from allergies.
Locally Sourced Honey
Try this sweet substance, which can work like a flu shot for allergies. Consuming even tiny amounts of local honey can build a tolerance to the type of pollen that causes your allergies.
Researchers aren’t exactly sure why, but dark grapes help many people who suffer from allergies.
Have you thought about trying that Indian buffet down the street, or maybe doing a hot wing challenge? Be adventurous — those spicy foods can open up nasal passages and promote better breathing.
Apples contain a flavonoid called quercetin that lessens inflammation and also has antihistamine characteristics.
Magnesium is a supplement that may ease those airways during allergy flare-ups.
Vitamin C, like magnesium, is a natural enemy of histamine. And that makes it a great ally for allergy sufferers.
Bioflavonoids are found in berries, bell peppers, green tea and broccoli. It’s also in dark grapes (above), suggesting a glass of pinot noir, shiraz or port could be a good idea during allergy season.
If you’re tired of constantly having watery eyes and a runny nose come by any UCE clinic for immediate relief from your symptoms. For more information about allergy relief please call Urgent Care Extra at (480) 988-9108. Thanks for stopping by the UCE blog! Stay tuned for other helpful tips and healthcare advice.