DELICIOUS WAYS OF KICKING SEASONAL DISCOMFORT TO THE CURB

Seasonal allergies such as hay fever develop when the immune system overreacts to allergens, like grass or weed pollen, which can result in lots of congestion, sneezing and itching. Including certain foods in your diet could help to relieve symptoms by reducing inflammation and boosting the immune system.The good news? Many of these foods are likely to be in your kitchen, offering fun and delicious ways of kicking seasonal discomfort to the curb.

 Pineapple

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Pineapple can soothe the irritation 

Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain which can soothe the irritation and inflammation which contributes to itchy eyes and a runny nose. Pineapple is delicious as a snack on its own or in a meal, like pineapple, ginger and beef stir-fry, where it has the added bonus of tenderising the meat.

 Garlic

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 Garlic is incredibly nutritious – Kentary image 

As an antioxidant-rich prebiotic, garlic is incredibly nutritious. Not only does it soothe inflammation, it’s been shown to inhibit histamine release from mast cells, which may reduce the severity of your symptoms.

 Ginger

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Kentary Ginger Powder 

Used for thousands of years as a natural anti-inflammatory, ginger is another food that inhibits the release of histamine from certain cells. Simply adding slices of fresh ginger to tea or water is a great way to regularly enjoy this spice, however, just like garlic and onions, it can be part of a base for many savoury dishes.

 Turmeric

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Kentary Turmeric Starch 

This golden spice is well known for its vibrant colour and savoury flavour, while its powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties make it a great addition to any diet. A study found that curcumin – the active ingredient in turmeric – inhibited activation of the cells which release histamine in the body. Additionally, a pilot study showed that patients with hay fever saw reductions in symptoms after just two months of turmeric supplementation. While further research is still required, it can’t hurt to add a little more of the yellow stuff to your diet during pollen season.

Curries and soups are a great way of enjoying this spice. If you’re a latte fan, try switching to a turmeric latte.

 Berries

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Strawberries make a delicious Vitamin C supplement – Kentary image 

Strawberries make a delicious Vitamin C supplement, which can assist with DAO synthesis — an enzyme that keeps the histamine in our bodies at a tolerable level. Plus, the quercetin in other berries can reduce symptoms like runny nose, watery eyes, hives, and swelling.

Now, you know 5 delicious ways of kicking seasonal discomfort to the curb. I hope that you will eat these foods frequently to keep good health. 

Source: bbcgoodfood, delish

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