Anti-allergy Foods

 

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An allergy is a damaging immune response of the body to a harmless substance, such as fur, a particular food, pollen or dust, to which it has become hypersensitive. Allergic reactions can affect the lining of the stomach, ears, throat, the nose, sinuses, lungs or the skin. The symptoms caused by allergic reactions include wheezing, sneezing, red eyes, itching, runny nose, skin rashes, hives, watery eyes, asthma, flaky skin, or shortness of breath. These symptoms can be severe or minor depending on the allergen. Allergies can be treated in various ways for prevention of bothersome symptoms. If you are allergic, you can prevent and eliminate the problem by including some anti-allergy foods in your diet.

Here are the top anti-allergy foods to include in your diet

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Have an apple a day to help you keep a healthy immune system and control allergies. Apples are rich in quercetin, that effectively protects you against an allergic reaction. Quercetin makes the cell membrane of basophils and mast cells stable, Hence, hinders the release of histamine in excess.

Turmeric

Turmeric contains curcumin, a potent anti-inflammatory, and an antioxidant compound which helps you to fight allergies. It can also work as a decongestant that relieves a lot of allergic reaction symptoms.

Lemons

These are excellent fruits that help in boosting your immune system. Lemons are rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. They also work as an antitoxin that helps in keeping the body alkaline. Drinking lemon water all through the day can assist you in detoxification of your body, and also eliminate impurities and toxins.

Garlic

Garlic has antibiotic, immune boosting, anti-oxidants, and anti-inflammatory properties that help you fight allergic reactions during your allergy season. Garlic has the ability to hinder activities of particular enzymes that produce inflammatory compounds in your body, thus preventing allergic reactions.

Salmon

Salmon is a typeappsalmon of fish that is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. These acids do a very good job in calming your allergies by fighting inflammation. Salmon can also improve the functioning of your lungs, which in turn reduces the intensity of symptoms like congestion, asthma and cold symptoms.

If you are allergy prone, including the above superfoods in your daily diet can help you keep your allergic reactions at bay.