No More Sniffles: 5 Secrets to Natural Allergy Relief From Gut Experts

natural allergy relief from gut healing experts

You know the drill with allergies. You feel watery eyes and stuffiness coming on so you take some Benadryl, and then you’re left to deal with the annoying side effects- FATIGUE! But is there a way to get natural allergy relief?

Over 60 million people in the United States deal with allergies and the annoying side effects that come with them. That’s a big deal!!! 

At GutPersonal, we dedicated ourselves to finding the best options for NATURAL allergy relief that will not only reduce your allergy symptoms but leave you feeling more energized and just overall more amazing!

So put down that Benadryl and let's dive into the 5 secrets to natural allergy relief!


#1 Optimize Your Gut Health

Did you know that 70% of your immune system is in your gut? Gut health is closely linked with the immune system, so supporting a healthy gut microbiome (the bacteria living in your gut!) is super important.

This is the gut-immune system connection! Your gut microbiome helps avoid unnecessary immune responses (like allergies) but gets your immune system up and running when it comes to a virus! 

Optimizing your gut health is our first tip for natural allergy relief. Keeping your gut healthy will help your immune system activate only when necessary, saving you from those pesky allergy symptoms! 

Enhance your gut health by increasing fiber rich foods and probiotics!

Probiotics help build a healthy gut microbiome and fiber feeds these little helpful gut bugs to keep them nice and healthy! Building diversity in your gut microbiome will give you a stronger, smarter immune system!

If you’re looking for extra support, GutPersonal offers 3 different probiotics (The Healer + Pro, The Booster, and The Go-To) each one suited to specific needs! Adding these into your routine will help your microbiome THRIVE!

Best Foods for Allergies

#2: Best Foods for Allergies

When the immune system recognizes something as an allergen, your body signals that there may be danger with inflammation. Inflammation leads to many of the symptoms that you experience with allergies! 

Turns out, there are some foods that can give you natural allergy relief by targeting inflammation and supporting your gut health!

Anti-inflammatory diets emphasize intake of fruits, vegetables (especially non-starchy vegetables), and omega-3 fatty acids. They also limit fried and processed foods.

Fish, like salmon, and some vegetables, like seaweed and brussels sprouts, are great sources of omega-3s. Anti-inflammatory diets also include olive oil, almonds, and leafy greens. 

Increasing intake of fruits and vegetables also adds fiber to your diet. Fiber is a great supporter of a healthy gut microbiome because it feeds the good bacteria that supports good digestion and immune health! 

#3: Natural Allergy Supplements

Natural allergy supplements give you the relief you need without the drowsiness of traditional antihistamines.

The Rescue from GutPersonal uses Quercetin, Bromelain, Stinging nettles leaf, and N-acetyl cysteine to break down and block the release of histamines, the compound that’s responsible for allergy symptoms!

This blend of antioxidants, herbs, enzymes, and flavonoids provides support against allergens AND leaves you feeling energized and great!

The Rescue gives you natural allergy relief by targeting the cause. AND since it's made from natural, science-backed ingredients, you can have confidence that you’re getting effective and safe relief! No more dealing with drowsiness after taking your allergy meds!

#4: Reduce Exposure to Allergens

Targeting your body’s response to allergens is great, but what if you could avoid breathing in the stuff that’s causing the reaction all together?

Reducing exposure to allergens, especially when combined with other tips mentioned here, is a great way to keep those symptoms at bay!

Air purifiers are a great way to manage allergens in your home. Most air purifiers use HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Arrestance) filters. These filters are great for catching pollen, mold, dust, and more! Most filters should be replaced every 6-12 months, but some are reusable!

While air purifiers are super helpful for indoor allergy relief, it’s not as easy to avoid allergens when going outdoors. To help combat allergies both indoors AND outdoor, follow some of the other tricks mentioned in this article!

#5: Manage Stress and Support Your Body's Natural Healing Processes

Now, tip #5 may come as a surprise. Who knew that stress could go hand-in-hand with allergies?

Of course, stress doesn’t cause allergies, but being in a stressed state actually increases histamine (the little buggers that trigger allergy symptoms!) in your bloodstream. 

Also, it’s important to note that psychological stress is associated with something called oxidative stress. This creates free radicals in the body, which are angry little things that go through your body and steal from your healthy cells. This increases your risk of many diseases, decreases your body’s ability to heal itself, and can cause allergies to act up!

Everyone should find an outlet to release and manage stress. Using natural healing processes like exercise, rest, yoga, and other self-care techniques will not only benefit your overall health, it can even decrease your allergy symptoms! 





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