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Salad Recipes with Low Allergy Foods

Do you suffer from allergies? The salad recipes in this section of HealWithFood's Guide to Fighting Allergies are suitable for those following a low allergy diet. The salads included are packed with ingredients that are considered hypoallergenic (i.e. have a low likelihood of causing allergic reactions) or that have been shown to actively fight allergies.

Super-Nutritious Broccoli Salad with Apples and Cranberries

This highly nutritious anti-allergy salad is made of ingredients that are brimming with low-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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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 lemon juice, this light 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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Low-Allergy Beet and Carrot Salad

This recipe pairs two powerful root vegetables to create a powerful natural remedy for fighting allergies. Beets have strong anti-inflammatory properties while carrots are known for their antioxidant powers. The ginger featured in this appetizing recipe contains zingibain, a type of proteolytic enzyme. Scientists have observed that proteolytic enzymes have anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce allergies.
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Ready for more recipes featuring low allergy foods?

For more recipes that can help prevent or alleviate allergic reactions, visit the main recipe directory of's Guide to Combatting Allergies.

You may also be interested in taking a look at the section that provides more general diet tips on how to prevent allergic symptoms. Be also sure to check out the overview of the best anti-allergy foods.