Allergy Warrior

Are you on the lookout for all-natural ways to protect your children from the miserable effects of allergies? Look no further. You know how horrible you feel going through a day unable to breathe because your nose gets clogged and your eyes won’t stop watering. You can ease those symptoms for your children in ways that are healthy, natural, and helpful.
What does your child eat? The hardest part of naturally treating allergies may be changing the family diet. The foods your child eats can make an enormous difference in allergy symptoms. Foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, quercetin, and vitamin C are necessary. Introduce fatty fish, such as salmon and tuna, along with tasty tree nuts to give them those essential fats. Onions, cauliflower, and cabbage are sources of quercetin as are apples and berries. Encourage your children to eat oranges and other citrus fruits, strawberries, and red peppers to get their vitamin C.
Assorted home remedies can quell allergy symptoms, too. Nettle tea, made by steeping nettle leaves in boiling water, is soothing. When taken three times daily, a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar mixed in a glass of water can clear stuffy noses. The tastiest home remedy is a teaspoon of honey several times a day (check with your children’s pediatrician first). Most importantly, make sure that your HVAC system is free of debris. Controlling air quality has an enormous effect on controlling allergies in the home. Delve into the infographic below for more information to help you battle the allergens plaguing your children.



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