Diet.co.uk recommend adding certain foods to your diet during the hay fever season. This is well worth a read if you have not seen it. Also remember that there is often a cross reaction with pollens and certain foods. For example, if you react to birch pollen, try eliminating apples, carrots, cherries, pears, peaches, plums, fennel, walnut, potato, spinach, wheat, buckwheat, peanuts and honey (from Hayfever, The Complete Guide by Brostoff and Gamlin) while the birch pollen is present in the air. You may find that this will significantly reduce your reactions to the birch pollen. Going back to adding certain foods:  "We have had either had hay fever or see people around us with itchy, puffy, red eyes. They are also sneezing, have a runny nose, an irritable throat and get tired seasonally.

The above are all seasonal hay fever symptoms which are caused by the over production of histamine as a reaction to pollen in the air.

So is there anything that you can add to your diet to help alleviate hay fever symptoms?" To read the article, please click here.