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Diet for people with pollen allergies

Spring is a pleasant season, but for people with pollen allergies, it is a torment. In addition to staying away from allergens (all kinds of flowers), these people should also make some dietary adjustments.

People with pollen allergies should eat foods rich in B vitamins and yogurt.

B vitamins
B vitamins can alleviate allergies, so people allergic to pollen should eat more coarse grains, which are rich in B vitamins.

Drinking yogurt every day can also help alleviate pollen allergies. Studies have found that yogurt contains a large number of lactic acid bacteria. People who do not eat lactic acid bacteria have more severe symptoms of pollen allergy (runny nose and blocked nose). In addition, eating more fresh vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C is also conducive to preventing pollen allergy.

It should be noted that allergic people should eat less pepper, because capsaicin can dilate blood vessels, red skin, and aggravate pollen allergy symptoms. At the same time, do not eat too much processed food, because processed food contains a large number of additives, which can easily induce allergies or aggravate allergic symptoms.

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