Allergy season got you beaten down with a frown and eyes watering out the wazoo? Nose a little raw, eyes a little itchy, everything a little “stuffed up” and rough around the edges? The Vremi team is here to help you get through the brutality of seasonal allergies and keep your health at its best. We’ve got for you a list of foods to reduce all those crazy scientific terms doctors love to know the ones I mean; histamines, inflammation, and allergic rhinitis that keep you sneezing, snotting and schvitzing all season long. Well forget the doc’s office and follow along with us, ’cause Dr. Vremi’s here to show you the route to immediate relief.

Follow this lovely six-course guide and you’ll be on the road to allergy recovery. There’s no guarantee the snot will cease completely, but follow the food facts below and know each item is scientifically proven to reduce allergy symptoms, ASAP. Check out our list and find out why...

1.  Onions

The plant chemical, quercetin, which exists in onions, peppers, berries, and parsley reduces histamine reactions. For all the non-science gurus out there, histamines are a large factor in the allergic response.

2.  Kiwi

This very fuzzy fruit is rich in Vitamin C and also reduces histamines in the body. We’ve got the kiwi to your heart and all the fruit remedies for relief; eat kiwi and other citrus fruits, like oranges, grapefruits, and lemons to keep Vitamin C levels up.

3. Honey (I’m home!)

Start intaking your area’s local honey even before allergy seasons starts, but especially once it begins. If you ingest a large enough quantity of local honey, studies have shown you may form a tolerance to pollen in your neighborhood.

4.  Pineapple

Pineapple specifically contains something called bromelain. Bromelain is an enzyme that reduces irritation and disturbance from allergic diseases like asthma. Beat the annoyance, intake some pineapple, and return the most fine-apple self you possibly can be!

5.  Kefir

Kefir is a yogurt drink and it’s legen-dairy. It contains probiotics—aka, the “good” bacteria that stay in your gut and help prevent the seasonal sneeze, snot, and sweat symptoms.

6.  Tuna

Tuna-round and listen to this advice of Dr. Vremi—2 times a week get your fish fix. Tuna, salmon, and mackerel have Omega-3 fatty acids that help with inflammation.