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5 Home Remedies To Treat Food Allergies

5 Home Remedies To Treat Food Allergies
Almost all of us are prone to food allergies of different kinds and even though we may be aware and careful about avoiding such foods, it is possible that once in a while we fall prey to its effects. Food allergies imply that our immune system classifies some types of foods as harmful to the body and reacts immediately by releasing antibodies to combat this, causing a number of symptoms.

Allergic symptoms can be anything from mild to severe and might appear in the form of swelling of lips or other body parts, itching, vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhoea, nausea, rashes, stuffy nose, sneezing, etc. Most of them occur almost immediately within minutes or an hour of consuming a food. While the severe ones might require you to see a doctor, home remedies can easily take care of the milder symptoms.
There are several home remedies to treat food allergies effectively though it is best to keep away from such reactions by avoiding foods that you might be allergic to.

Banana

Your simple fruit banana is loaded with essential nutrients that can reduce the effect of food reactions. Eating enough bananas will help in regulating the metabolism and reduce skin rashes and discomfort in the stomach.

Banana

Lemon

Lime juice when added to plain water and a little bit of honey acts as a powerful detoxifying solution and helps your body release unwanted toxins from the system.

Lemon

Castor Oil

Drinking 5-10 drops of castor oil mixed with some fresh juice or plain water every morning on an empty stomach works effectively in reducing the effects of allergic reactions.

Castor Oil

Vitamin-C Intake

A weak immune system is prone to cause food allergies and therefore including fruits and vegetables that are rich in Vitamin C will help boost immunity and aid in flushing out toxins from the body.

Vitamin-C Intake

Vitamin-E rich foods

Foods such as tofu, spinach, almonds, sunflower seeds, olive oil and broccoli that are rich in Vitamin E can boost the immune system washing out the toxins in the body and thereby reduce the effect of allergic reactions.

Vitamin-E rich foods

 

Apart from these, drinking plenty of water, good amounts of sleep & rest as well as yoga exercises are some of the other home remedies to treat food allergies.