6 fruits, vegetables and fish that not only are good for your whole body, and are full of nutrients, but they may protect you from seasonal allergies.
Here is a list of 6 that you should consider during the allergy season.
1- Local Honey.
The research is mixed on whether local honey helps you with allergies. If you take small doses of the honey early in the season you may develop a tolerance toward pollen in your area.
yogurt drink that contains probiotics the good bacteria in your gut. good bacteria may help prevent and even treat seasonal allergies. You can get probiotics in fermented foods. Look for yogurts that say “live active cultures” on the label. Sauerkraut and kimchi are also good sources.
rich in vitamin C It can cut down on histamines. You can get Vitamin C from lots of foods, including oranges and other citrus fruit.
4- Pineapple has an enzyme called bromelain which can reduce irritation in allergic diseases such as asthma.
Try two servings of fish every week. Tuna, salmon, and mackerel have fatty acids. Omega-3 can help reduce inflammation. A study from Japan found that women who ate more fish had lower levels of hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis.
6- Food with quercetin
Onions, peppers, berries, and parsley all have quercetin. Quercetin is a natural plant chemical which may reduce “histamine reactions.” Histamines are part of the allergic response.
Sharing a few signs of early spring.
When temperatures drop below the freezing point of water (32° F or 0° C) water inside a plant freezes, it can cause the plant cells to burst, resulting in irreparable damage. For us to protect these early buds, covering them with towels and sheets when the sun goes down has become a routine. You can also use an inverted bucket, a flower pot, or a layer of mulch.