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Allergen-Free and Hypoallergenic Recipes (Main Dishes)

Try these healthy yet delicious recipes and your body will thank you. The recipes provided in this section of's Nutrition Guide to Getting Rid of Allergies are free of common allergens and full of nutrients that can help actively prevent and stop allergic reactions.

Apple and Onion Soup

Here's an anti-allergy soup recipe starring apples and onions, two of nature's best 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 stopping histamine release. Histamine is responsible for many symptoms associated with allergic reactions.
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"Zoodles" with Avocado and Fresh Herbs

Starring grain-free zucchini noodles ("zoodles") and avocado, this easy-to-make, vitamin-rich "noodle" dish is free of common allergy triggers, including wheat/gluten, eggs, soy, and milk. And, if you opt for organically grown avocados, you may be able to lower the allergenicity score of this dish even further, as non-organic avocados are routinely treated with chemicals that may cause adverse reactions in some individuals.
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Super-Nutritious Broccoli Salad with Apples and Cranberries

Get free of allergies with this highly nutritious salad! It is made of ingredients that are brimming with anti-allergy nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, and quercetin. It also contains some omega-3 fatty acids (provided by the broccoli). What's more, this recipe calls for yoghurt containing probiotic bacteria which, according to some experts, may help fight allergies due to their ability to promote gastrointestinal health.
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Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Thyme

Packed with a wide range of nutrients, sweet potatoes are a great addition to anyone's diet. These often-overlooked tubers may also be one of the best additions to your diet if you suffer from allergies as they are one of the foods that are least likely to cause allergic reactions. The thyme used to flavor this dish contains rosmarinic acid, a polyphenol that has been shown to suppress allergic reactions.
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Romaine and Smoked Salmon Salad

Romaine lettuce and carrots provide an abundance of vitamin C which helps control histamine release in the body and make histamine break down faster. Histamine, a chemical produced by the body, is involved in many allergic reactions. Salmon and radishes are also beneficial as they possess strong anti-inflammatory properties.
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Carrot Fennel Cucumber Salad

Provided that you're not allergic to citrus fruits, this refreshing salad works like magic to soothe the soul—and allergic reactions. The allergy alleviating properties of this salad are due to the wide range of anti-allergy nutrients found in this salad, including rosmarinic acid, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, and vitamin E.
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Beet and Carrot Salad with Ginger

This appetizing salad recipe pairs two powerful root vegetables to create a powerful weapon for fighting allergies. Beets have strong anti-inflammatory properties while carrots are well-known for their antioxidant activities. The ginger in this recipe provides zingibain, a type of proteolytic enzyme. According to research, proteolytic enzymes exert anti-inflammatory effects and can thus help reduce allergies.
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Iced Watercress and Mint Soup

This easy-to-make soup with a wonderful texture draws on the health benefits of watercress, a super food that has been used to treat a wide range of ailments for centuries. Watercress is supercharged with vitamin C and beta-carotene which have significant antioxidant activity and which are therefore extremely important for people with allergies. Note: this soup contains dairy.
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Sweet Potato Soup with Thyme

Sweet potatoes are one of the vegetables that are least likely to cause allergic reactions. What's more, sweet potatoes contain several compounds that may even help prevent allergic reactions triggered by other substances. Also the yellow onions this recipe calls for may be helpful for people with allergies because of the high amount of quercetin they contain. Also ginger and thyme have properties that may be helpful for some people with allergies.
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Beet and Carrot Soup

This recipe pairs beets with carrots to create an enticing crimson soup that can also help fight allergies. Beets have strong anti-inflammatory properties while carrots are known for their antioxidant powers. The ginger featured in this recipe contains zingibain, a type of proteolytic enzyme. Research shows that proteolytic enzymes have anti-inflammatory properties and can help alleviate allergic reactions.
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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 allergic symptoms caused by a variety of triggers. 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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Green Pea and Mushroom Risotto

This easy recipe helps you create a risotto that's full of flavor and nutrients. What's more, the mushrooms it boasts may help alleviate allergies. The beneficial effects of mushrooms on allergies are believed to be linked to their high selenium content.
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Need more hypoallergenic and allergen-free recipes?

For more recipes that can help prevent or stop allergic reactions, visit this Guide's Main Recipe Directory for Allergy Sufferers.

You may also be interested in exploring our pages dedicated to providing information about the best vitamins, minerals and flavonoids for allergy sufferers. Be also sure to check out the list of the best anti-allergy superfoods.