Two ways these five foods could help you enjoy Spring again...
This root has been used for thousands of years to reduce inflammation and irritation of the nasal passage. In an animal study in 2016, ginger reduced allergy symptoms by suppressing the pro-inflammatory proteins in the blood.
You can use ginger in food, or sip refreshing ginger tea.
Oranges and lemons
While vitamin C doesn't prevent colds, it can help shorten their duration... But that's not all - it also helps decrease allergic rhinitis!
Fruits rich in vitamin C include oranges, lemons, grapefruit, limes and berries.
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Poor blood circulation weighs you down like a ton of bricks
When your blood pumps through your body properly, as it was designed to, you feel young, alive and healthy, no matter how busy you are… Each night, you go to bed and your cells rejuvenate, and you’re up like a kid on his birthday the next morning… Every morning!
…Just like the Sherpas do. They thrive on Mount Everest, despite the lack of oxygen and the harsh conditions of the high altitude in which even plant-life ceases to exist!
But if you’re reading this right now, chances are, your blood circulation is weighing you down and keeping you from the things and people you love.
The thick and sludgy blood crawling through your veins resembles an engine that hasn’t had an oil change in years… It causes your reactions to slow down, your movements become laboured, and you start sputtering and choking every time you have to get over another one of life’s hills.
But it’s not your fault – and it doesn’t have to be this way forever…
In just 20 seconds per day, you could… Turn your body into a super powerhouse!
Turmeric contains a powerful anti-inflammatory, called curcumin, which has numerous health benefits, including the relief of allergic rhinitis.
You can take curcumin supplement
and use turmeric in your cooking.
These fleshy roots contain quercetin, a bioflavonoid, which acts as a natural antihistamine - without the drowsiness and nausea.
They're also anti-inflammatory and have antioxidant properties.
Buy the red onions as they're richer in quercetin - and eat them raw in salads, toppings, dips and as a garnish.
The omega-3 fatty acids in fatty fish, like salmon, tuna, sardines and mackarel could improve your symptoms.
In a study out of Germany, people with teh highest levels of omega-3 in their blood, the less their symptoms.
There you have it - 5 foods that can put the spring back into Spring for you...