"Dr. Julie's Spring Time Allergy Managment Tips"With allergy season blossoming in the next few months, there are a few things you can do to help calm your symptoms. Organic raw honey and agave nectar are some sweet options for you to get some antioxidants that help to calm allergy symptoms. With these, a little goes a long way, so just keep it to a teaspoon per day with your tea or consumed alone.

There are also some supplement choices that may help also: fish oil, quercetin, stinging nettle, boswellia, vitamin D, vitamin C, just to name a few. But these, you should check with your physician for dosing recommendations and if they are appropriate for you based on your medical history.

Most importantly, don’t forget to eat your vegetables and low sugar fruits like berries. These powerhouses are packed with phyto-nutrients that will help your body stay less inflamed…and less inflammation means less allergy symptoms.

So, eat up on the fresh produces coming our way as the season warms up…your body will thank you for it later!