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Hay Fever Preventing Breakfast Recipes

Try out these hay fever preventing breakfast dishes and your sinuses will thank you. If you are interested in more hay fever fighting recipes, check out our Complete Collection of Recipes for Fighting Allergic Rhinitis.

Carrot Muffins

These mouthwatering muffins are gluten-free and therefore ideal for people who are allergic or sensitive to gluten. As an added bonus, the carrots featured in these muffins deliver antioxidants.
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Omega-3 Omelet with Red Onions and Capers

Provided that you are not allergic or sensitive to eggs, this omelet may help you combat symptoms associated with hay fever. Onions, particularly red onions, as well as capers are among the best natural sources of quercetin, a bioflavonoid that has been shown to relieve allergic symptoms. What's more, this omelet provides plenty of omega-3 fatty acids which are known to have anti-inflammatory properties.
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Buckwheat Pancakes with Bananas

Unlike most other pancake recipes, this one requires neither eggs nor dairy. All key ingredients in this dessert—buckwheat, bananas, and brown rice syrup—are considered hypoallergenic, which means that they are among the foods that are least likely to cause allergic reactions, including allergic rhinitis, in humans.
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Oat and Buckwheat Muesli with Pears and Grapes

Eating this oat and buckwheat muesli for breakfast is a good way to start a day. Both pears and red grapes, the two key ingredients in this toothsome muesli, rarely cause allergic reactions. Furthermore, red grapes contain quercetin—a bioflavonoid that has been shown to prevent allergic reactions such as hay fever.
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Oat Muesli with Apples and Raspberries

This dairy-free recipe features apples and raspberries, two great sources of quercetin. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid that has been shown to effectively protect against allergic reactions. Quercetin works its protective magic by stabilizing the cell membranes of mast cells and basophils, thereby inhibiting histamine release. Histamine is responsible for many symptoms associated with hay fever and other allergic reactions.
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Want More Recipes?

For more recipes that can help prevent hay fever, visit the main recipe directory of's Guide to Combating Allergic Rhinitis.

You may also be interested in taking a look at the section that provides more general diet tips on how to prevent symptoms of allergic rhinitis. Be also sure to check out the list of the best foods for natural hay fever relief