Spring is springing (and so are allergies)

Don’t wait until spring has already sprung if you deal with allergies each year. And rather than go the route of allergy medication, why not give some natural remedies a go. The following natural remedies are very effective, have little to no side effects and are readily available.

Quercitin helps to stabilize cells and prevent them from releasing histamine. Though found in many foods, it is recommended that allergy sufferers supplement with about 1,000mg a day, taken between meals.

Probiotics help to balance your gut by offsetting the “bad” bacteria created by eating processed foods and a diet high in sugar. Probiotics are good bacteria and can be found in supplement form; make sure to take a supplement that is a mixture of good bacteria like L. acidophilus, L. rhamnasus, L. plantarum, B. longum and B. bifidum. Studies show that probiotics help to decrease allergic reactions in the whole body!

Another remedy to consider is omega-3 fatty acids which can be found in cold-water fish, walnuts, flaxseed oils, grass-fed meats and eggs. Also, try stinging nettle (about 300 mg a day) which actually inhibits the body’s ability to make histamine. Stinging nettle is also available in tea form.

Don’t go through another lovely spring sneezing, sniffling and carrying boxes of tissues around wherever you go. Call me and let’s get you going on remedies that will aid your body to only react positively to the blooms of spring!

Contact me today at info@familyholistichealthsolutions.com or 1.800.493.8982.

 

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About angiechaudoir

I am dedicated to providing affordable alternative and/or complimentary services to align the body, mind and spirit to heal. Contact me at 1-800-493-8982 or info@familyholistichealthsolutions.com.
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