The rate of seasonal allergies is on the rise. Luckily, there are several dietary strategies that can alleviate or ameliorate symptoms.
Omega-3s with AIMega
Inflammation occurs when the immune system reacts to injury, illness or irritant. An allergy is often nothing more than an inflammatory overreaction to a perceived threat: a particle of dust, pollen. Omega-3 fatty acids have been found to help soothe inflammation in people with either allergies or asthma.
Probiotics with FloraFood
Preliminary research suggests that probiotics might aid seasonal allergy suffers. Beneficial gut bacteria help to regulate the immune system’s response to allergens, relieving symptoms.
Green Tea Extract with Proancynol 2000
Your aunt may have been right when she told you to drink green tea for hay fever. Researchers in Japan found that green tea contains a compound (EGCG) that blocks certain allergic responses. Plus, green tea brims with antioxidants.
Quercetin with LeafGreens and CoCoa LeafGreens
Quercetin is a powerful plant flavonoid. In test tube studies, quercetin stopped immune cells from releasing allergy-causing histamines. It also has antioxidant properties that can reduce inflammation.
Vitamin C in BarleyLife Xtra and Peak Endurance
Most often used to prevent the common cold, Vitamin C also has antihistamine properties. Several studies have shown that vitamin C might reduce allergy symptoms as well.
Note: The AIM Companies provides AIMega, LeafGreens, CoCoa LeafGreens, BarleyLife Xtra and Peak Endurance. We are a wholefood juice concentrate and nutritional supplement network marketing company that has been in business since 1982.