If you are one of the thousands and thousands who suffer from seasonal allergies, there are some foods you can eat to treat these allergies and some that you should avoid to prevent them from acting up as well. Today you will find the list of these foods so you can keep it in mind when you are running into the season when your allergies act up the most. If you are tired of dealing with all the symptoms that go along with seasonal allergies, you need to know which foods you should be eating and which ones might be making things worse.
What foods should you eat to prevent seasonal allergies?
There are many foods out there that provide you with many different health benefits. Today you are going to learn which foods you should be eating that will help with the prevention of seasonal allergies. These foods that you should be eating for this purpose include the following:
- Clean Proteins (Free-range poultry, grass-fed meats and wild-caught fish)
- Organic Vegetables (Fresh yams, carrots, beets, cabbage and swiss chard)
- Apple Cider Vinegar (mix with 1 tbsp. of lemon juice)
- Probiotic Foods (Raw cheese, yogurt, natto, kimchi and sauerkraut)
- Bone Broth (From lamb, beef and chicken)
- Hot or Spicy Food (Cinnamon, garlic, ginger and onion)
- Raw Honey
These are the foods that you should be eating to prevent or treat seasonal allergies. These allergies can be so irritating. If you don’t want to lock yourself in the house all season, which is practically impossible anyways, you should make sure you stock up on these foods and eat at least one of them every day.
What foods should you be avoiding if you want to prevent seasonal allergies?
Just as there are foods that you should be eating to prevent or treat seasonal allergies, there are also foods that you should be avoiding to do the same thing. The foods that you should be avoiding for this purpose include the following:
- Citrus Juice in a Bottle
- Sunflower Seeds
- Processed Foods
- Artificial Sweeteners
- Dairy (Conventional)
With all of these foods or drinks, they have ingredients or something in them that cause seasonal allergies to occur more often. If you want to prevent or treat seasonal allergies, you need to make sure you are avoiding these at all costs during the season in which your allergies act up.
Now that you are more aware of the foods that you should be eating and the ones that you should be avoiding to treat and prevent seasonal allergies, you know what to keep in stock at your home. You also know which foods you should stay away from at your home and when you go out to eat as well. Yes, the list seems like a long one of what you should be avoiding. However, when you get to relieve the symptoms associated with seasonal allergies it is worth it. It is only for the season or seasons in which you have seasonal allergies. After that, you can go back to eating or drinking the things on the avoidance list. When it comes to your health, sometimes you need to do things that make it better and now that you have this list, you can do that when it comes to seasonal allergies.