Allergy-Proof: Over 60 Drug-Free, All-Natural Ways to Beat Allergies by Michelle Schoffro Cookllergy-Proof is your one-stop resource for over 60 natural solutions to seasonal allergies. Learn about the strategies, easy dietary changes and natural, drug-free medicines that eliminate sneezing, congestion, itchy eyes and more. Allergy-Proof offers both symptom relief and guidance to re-build your body’s resistance to allergens.
You won’t find a more comprehensive and practical resource to eliminate allergies naturally. Allergy-Proof includes:
-The Best Allergy-Fighting Foods;
-Top 10 Nutritional No-Nos;
-11 Simple Allergy-Busting Lifestyle Strategies;
-The Surprising Allergy-Digestion Link;
-The Benefits of Bacteria;
-The Stress Connection;
-The 4 Best Phytonutrients to Fight Allergies;
-11 Power Plants that Combat Allergies;
-8 Enzymes that Eliminate Allergy Symptoms;
-5 Aromatherapy Oils to Ease Allergy Symptoms;
-The Top 13 Homeopathic Remedies for Healing Allergies; and
-4 Therapies to Ease Allergy Suffering.
7 Natural Ways To Zap Seasonal allergies
Feeling like allergies are getting the best of you? Especially during the spring and summer, allergies can be overwhelming and make life incredibly uncomfortable. Luckily, allergy suffers can find substantial relief from natural remedies. Apple cider vinegar might just be the most useful condiment in your kitchen. It can help you clean showers and sinks.
Use an Elimination Diet to Identify Your Unique Triggers
Fortunately there are a number of natural options that can help treat—and perhaps even cure!, The beginning of spring is often widely welcomed, as it brings warmer, longer days and fresh life to the trees, grass and flowers.
Airborne agents known as pathogens or allergens , such as pollen, grass, mold, cedar, ragweed, or even some chemicals, are breathed in. Once they enter our bodies, these allergens start to wreak havoc. The immune system mistakenly sees the pollen as a danger and releases antibodies that attack the allergens and release a chemical called histamine into the nose, eyes, and lungs. Histamine is intended to attack harmful agents and remove them from the body. One of the main things that histamine does is cause inflammation.