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Unfortunately, there is no cure for seasonal allergies, but a few improvements in your diet can help ward off the annoying symptoms that come along with them.
To help calm what doctors call a "genetic disease of the immune system, " try taking advantage of these five foods' allergy-fighting characteristics!
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), various forms of heart disease affect approximately seventy million Americans. Any heart-healthy diet should include fish, which contains omega-3 fatty acids that may lower your risk for heart disease. Healthy fish include salmon, tuna, and mackerel. You can also get omega-3s from walnuts, chia seeds, and flaxseeds. Try to eat foods that are rich in soluble fiber. Such foods include oats, kidney beans, peas, apples, oranges, and carrots.
- Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and founder of Authentic Self Wellness, Margaux J. Rathbun
Mmm, yummy apples!
Adrien Brody is clearly a fan of the old saying, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away!"
Right after dinner, most people may crave a little bit of sugar. But trust us, the best way to go is by satisfying your sweet tooth with fruit!
You're still consuming sugar, but you're also replenishing yourself with tons of needed nutrients!
Did you know? The skin of an apple actually contains more antioxidants and fiber than the flesh. So don't skip it!
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