Do you suspect you have a seasonal allergy? Could it be the environment? Or do you alter your diet in accordance with the change in seasons? Either way, the best solution we can think of to manage your symptoms is to take a sensitivity test with Allergy Test! It will help you to learn about your body and the items that you are consuming and which foods cause allergies.

It is time to fight back – What foods cause allergies?

We’ve all been there and suffered from a headache or a runny nose when the seasons begin to change. Is this because we have altered our diet or there are environmental factors which are having an impact? We will never know. But what we do know is that a sensitivity test can help us to identify which foods cause allergies and sensitivities. It is important to know that red eyes and other symptoms like sniffles are not only because of hay fever! Take a look below at what foods may be having an impact on your body.

1) Blue Cheese

Rich in histamines, Blue Cheese can lead to an assortment of allergy symptoms, including itchy and watery eyes, as well as sneezing and nasal congestion. As allergies are extremely common, the chances of you developing an allergy or sensitivity during the Fall increases, particularly if Blue Cheese are part of your diet.

2) Tomatoes

Many foods cause allergies. Whaaaaat? According to Healthline, Tomatoes are rich in histamines and are also a known cross-reactor with grass pollens. During peak allergy season, tomatoes can be a particularly bad choice for you. Do you feel your symptoms worsening? It might be time to put down the tomatoes! Oh no!

3) Parsley

Uh oh! Have you been spicing up your special dishes? It could be that this special mixture is causing you more damage than it should. Another common cross-reactor, Healthline certainly recommend you should steer clear of this ingredient, particularly during peak allergy season.

So, are you now feeling refreshed and rejuvenated after reading that?! If your allergies and sensitivities have potentially been getting you down, then please do check out www.allergytest.co where our customer service advisors will be happy to talk you through any questions you might have. They work 24 hours a day, 5 days a week and they love to help you out!