If you can’t stop sneezing and your throat feels itchy, you’re not alone; according to the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology more than thirty percent of adults and forty percent of children suffer from these types of seasonal nasal allergies, and that number continues to grow. Click here for the full story.
Almonds are known to worse tree-pollen allergies among sufferers. During the height of allergy season, consider avoiding these nuts and any products made with them, like almond milk or almond-flour cookies.
Celery is used to flavor a number of dishes. Unfortunately, it can make tree-pollen and weed-pollen allergy symptoms worse. If your seasonal allergies are worsening, you may want to try avoiding celery.