The best (and worst) foods to help fight your allergies
|The best (and worst) foods to help fight your allergies||Darrell Miller||03/20/17|
March 20, 2017 01:44 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: The best (and worst) foods to help fight your allergies
There are some really good and really bad foods that will help to fight your allergies. Onions, cabbage and apples all have quercetin. This is a compound that gives fruits and veggies a reddish cue. Vitamin C is a natural antihistamine. That makes things like Broccoli and bell peppers your friend.
- Allergy-fighting antihistamines come in pill and liquid forms, but they appear naturally vitamin C-packed vegetables. Those, as well as fish rich in Omega-3s, make up an anti-inflammatory diet that can help beat back allergy symptoms, said Emily Tel-fair, a naturopathic doctor in Baltimore.
- Think of antihistamine medications "like the band-aid," she said, necessary for many just to get through the day. A few simple changes, though, may prevent your body from needing them in the first place.
- Consuming it regularly, in food or supplement form, lends the body inflammation-calming nutrients. And don't get too hung up on the color, she said, as these foods need not be red to contain quercetin.
"Allergy-fighting antihistamines come in pill and liquid forms, but they appear naturally vitamin C-packed vegetables."