Mom told you to drink orange juice to battle a cold, but did you know that one large naval orange packs almost 100 milligrams of vitamin C?
The “little green trees” are powerful allergy fighters for a few reasons. First, broccoli is high in vitamin C. Second, as a cruciferous plant, broccoli helps clear out sinuses passages and mucus.
Nuts are not only a health-smart snack, a handful is also packed with magnesium, which soothes asthma, and vitamin E, which boosts immunity and eases inflammation.
Kale is a powerful allergy alley because it’s high in carotenoid pigments, which prevent allergy symptoms like wheezing and congestion.
Onions contain quercetin, a natural antihistamine that suppresses allergy symptoms.
I bet you didn’t know that eating tomatoes come spring can strengthen your respiratory prowess and resistance to sinus swelling?
Fatty fillets of salmon, tuna, and mackerel are high in omega-3 fatty acids, which act as a natural anti-inflammatory to boost your immune system.
Medical studies link parsley with lowering the secretions of allergy-causing histamines.
Red grapes, or rather their skin, is a rich source of antioxidants and resveratrol—both which happen to have anti-inflammatory properties.
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