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All-Natural Ways to Combat Seasonal Allergies | EnduraQ

All-Natural Ways to Combat Seasonal Allergies

Did you know that some of the most common foods you’re consuming might be making your seasonal allergies worse? Eating the right foods, avoiding the wrong ones, and taking all-natural EnduraQ daily could be all you need this allergy season. Read on to find out more, and get ready to toss your antihistamine in the trash.

Foods That May Worsen Allergy Symptoms:

Fermented Foods

Histamines are produced by yeast or bacteria during the fermentation process. This means that many aged, pickled, or fermented items can worsen or even cause sneezing, itching, coughing, and headache. For example, wine is rich in histamines because it's made from fermented grapes. The sulfites in wine have also been shown to trigger asthma and other allergy-like symptoms.

Spicy Foods

Spicy foods trigger an outpouring of histamine that only bothers you when it’s in addition to the histamine produced by the high pollen counts of allergy season.

Raw Foods

A number of raw foods can exacerbate allergy symptoms during the height of allergy season. For example, raw apples or pesticides on lettuce may bother your allergies. Try eating cooked foods when your symptoms are at their worst.

Parsley

People who are allergic to tree pollens like alder or birch may want to avoid parsley. It’s a known cross-reactor, meaning it can make your allergies worse during peak season.

Tomatoes

Not only are tomatoes rich in histamines, but they are a known cross-reactor with grass pollens.

Blue Cheese

Blue cheese is rich in histamines and contains two highly allergenic substances: milk and mold. It can lead to symptoms like itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, and nasal congestion.

Almonds

Almonds are known to worsen symptoms among people allergic to Birch (tree) pollen.

Banana

Bananas have been shown to worsen the symptoms of ragweed allergy.

Celery

Celery is a known cross-reactor with both tree and weed pollens.

To Improve Allergy Symptoms:

Sip a Cup of Green Tea

"Tea, especially green tea, with or without caffeine, is very good for people with allergies," says Murray Grossan, MD, an ear, nose, and throat doctor in Los Angeles. Tea contains natural antihistamines, he says, which makes it a great addition to your diet to reduce allergy symptoms.

Take EnduraQ Daily

Research in Japan has proven that EnduraQ helps reduce allergy symptoms. Two separate studies gave one group of people 100 mg of enzymatically modified isoquercitrin (EMIQ) twice daily over the course of 8 weeks. When compared to the placebo group, the group that took EMIQ experienced less allergy symptoms overall. Both studies were randomized, parallel-group, double-blind, placebo-controlled studies.

 

Try EnduraQ today to relieve your allergy symptoms! We offer a 60 day money back guarantee to make sure you are always satisfied.

 

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