Hey, I'm Keri Glassman, here with some quick
and simple tips to help you feel just a little bit better. Sometimes it’s hard to decide what’s the
worst part about allergies: the itchy eyes, the sneezing, the runny nose, or the way your
allergy medication makes you feel. Okay, itching, sneezing and runny nose–that's
definitely the worst part. But you may not need to settle for the least
bad of two uncomfy situations, thanks to a great anti-inflammatory called Quercetin. Studies have shown that this little flavonol
can help alleviate symptoms of allergies by decreasing histamine production. So, where can you get this little miracle
compound? That’s the best part. You probably already have some in your kitchen. The easiest place to get it is from black
tea, red wine or apples, all of which naturally contain Quercetin. Apples are one of the easiest snacks to toss
in your bag and eat at any time.
Black tea has caffeine in it, so no worries
about making you drowsy. And wouldn’t it be great if the next time
you pop the cork on a nice bottle of red wine, you’ll partially be doing it for your health? So remember: Quercetin, found in black tea,
red wine and apples, is a natural remedy for allergy symptoms. Try one of these natural remedies occasionally,
and you may feel just a little bit better.