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of symptoms affecting the nose and nasal passages and may include common allergic responses to dust, pollen, or pet dander. Noting the increase in allergic diseases in recent decades,
researchers tested the potential link between intake of vitamins A, C and E on allergy symptoms. Children with AR were placed into four groups, one each receiving supplementation of vitamin C, A or E, and one control group. The group receiving supplemental vitamin C had fewer AR symptoms, suggesting that a boost of vitamin C, in the form of a little green kiwi, is just what the sinus doctor ordered.
5. Broccoli Sprouts Sprouted broccoli seeds are a rich source of the sulfur-based
nutrient sulforaphane, which may help attenuate allergic rhinitis by reducing inflammation in the nasal passages. A potent anti- inflammatory, sulforaphane also works to detoxify your body by neutralizing free radicals, actions that may help reduce symptoms of allergy flare-ups.
Airborne pollutants cause oxidative stress that can contribute to the incidence of allergy and asthma, problems often exacer- bated during hay fever season. A 2014 study demonstrated that treatment with broccoli sprout extract, containing high concen- trations of sulforaphane, suppressed the nasal inflammatory re- sponse in human subjects exposed to levels of diesel exhaust particles equivalent to driving on a Los Angeles freeway during evening rush hour traffic. Results showed that the average nasal white blood cell count increased by 66% over the period of initial screening and increased by a whopping 85% over control group levels 24 hours after initial exposure to the diesel toxins.
6. Kimchi Studies on probiotics have demonstrated their effectiveness
at reducing allergy symptoms. One symptom that may accom- pany an allergic attack is wheezing -- labored breathing when congestion is present in the lungs, creating a whistle-like sound. A 2010 study explored the use of probiotics to suppress al- lergic responses in the airways and found that when it comes to medicine, food truly is the best form around. The study compared the effectiveness of probiotics obtained from heat-killed lactobacilli strains, like those often found in commercial probiotic supplements, and lactobacillus sakei bac- teria isolated from kimchi, a spicy fermented vegetable dish. Results showed that eating kimchi was more effective at sup- pressing a hyper-allergic response in the airways than heat-killed lactic acid bacteria. Eating fermented vegetables like kimchi introduces live
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strains of healthy bacteria into your gut, allowing breakdown in the digestive tract and facilitating enculturation of these heat- sensitive bacteria. Prepared kimchi is widely available in Asian markets, but it's easy to make your own. Mix roughly chopped cabbage, ginger, onions, garlic and red chilis with brine and store in airtight jars. While fresh vegetables may only be viable for a matter of days, fermenting vegetables in brine can increase shelf-life to several months.
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