5 Tips on Managing Allergies

Many people struggle with seasonal allergies around this time of the year. Allergies can occur when the immune system overreacts to common substances such as dust, mold, pet dander, or even food particles like shellfish and peanuts. Certain membranes in the body produce mucus, which traps foreign particles and keeps them out of the lungs, but these substances can still cause a reaction in the body. The subsequent misery of sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes and itching, what we know as allergies, is all in an effort to help the body rid the intruder. Continue reading to learn ways to manage your allergies.

  1. Anti-Inflammation Diet: When dealing with allergies, many people typically turn to their medicine cabinet to find relief. However, did you know it is possible to keep symptoms of those dreadful allergies at bay by changing your diet? That’s right! Choosing an anti-inflammatory diet may stop the problem before it arises. Anti-inflammation foods include foods containing healthy fats, foods rich in omega-3’s, as well as fruits and veggies. An overall healthy diet is helpful for controlling all conditions in regard to health. There are certain foods that are proven to be helpful with allergies by reducing inflammation, dilating air passages and providing other relief.
  2. Quercetin: Quercetin is a biologically active flavonoid antioxidant that is widely distributed in plants including oak trees, onions and trees. Quercetin has strong antioxidant activity that has been shown to support immune health by mediating the release of inflammatory compounds including leukotrienes and prostaglandins. It is also known for its ability to stabilize mast cells, diminishing the release of histamine which is known to cause hypersensitivity reactions during seasonal changes.
  3. Stinging Nettle Leaf: Stinging Nettle is a plant that has been shown to balance immune response, especially in the airways and nasal passages. Stinging Nettle balances a variety of inflammatory activities that affect respiratory health. Stinging Nettle leaf controls mast-cell degranulation, prostaglandin formation, and histamine action all contributing to a balanced inflammatory response.
  4. N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC): NAC is an amino acid precursor to one of the most important antioxidants in the body, glutathione. Both glutathione and NAC help reduce the viscosity of the mucous allowing for cleaning of the airways and improved respiratory health.
  5. Also, be sure to avoid these foods during allergy season or flare up.
    1. Alcohol
    2. Caffeine
    3. Conventional Dairy
    4. Chocolate
    5. Peanuts
    6. Sugar
    7. Artificial Sweeteners
    8. Processed Foods
    9. Melons
    10. Bananas
    11. Cucumbers
    12. Sunflower Seeds
    13. Shellfish
    14. Chamomile
    15. Wheat
    16. Soy

Another way to support your allergies is through Natural D-Hist. Natural D-Hist is a supplement that is a targeted blend of flavonoids, antioxidants, proteolytic enzymes and botanicals designed to provide comprehensive support for seasonal challenges caused by common environmental allergens. Natural D- Hist includes quercetin, a powerful flavonoid, to support healthy histamine levels. Bromelain enhances the absorption of quercetin and supports mucosal tissue health. Stinging nettles leaf balance hyper-immune response and N-acetyl cysteine clear the airways by promoting normal viscosity of mucus. This powerful combination actively promotes healthy nasal and sinus passages for individuals with elevated histamine and respiratory irritation.

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