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10 Super Allergen-Fighting Foods For Spring

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Do you feel a sneeze coming on?

Spring is the worst allergy season! The temperature change from freezing to humid boost the levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and become a breeding ground for budding trees and allergenic pollen.

The good news is that you don’t have to sit back and just take it. You can blast the stuffed and miserable symptoms of allergies with the following ten super allergen-fighting foods…

1. Apples

Apples are a rich source of an allergy-fighting flavanoid called quercetin—which not only packs serious anti-inflammatory properties in the peels, but also antioxidants to prevent cellular damage.

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