Experts predict worse than average allergy season
Experts are predicting a worse than average spring allergy season this year, and they say how bad your allergies are could have something to do with what you're eating.
Experts say the worst foods for allergies are celery, peaches, tomatoes, and melons. Something in those foods can trigger problems for people allergic to grasses.
Some of the best are salmon and nuts. Foods with omega fatty acids are shown to lower the risk of developing allergies and reducing symptoms
Antioxidants found in the skins of apples and red grapes may also protect against allergies.
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