When warm springtime weather brings green grass and colorful flowers, it can also bring allergies. As pollen counts climb, you might experience itchy, watery eyes; a runny nose; or sneezing. Don’t blame the pollen for these reactions, though; they’re all the result of histamine. But what exactly is histamine? What does it do? How does it cause allergy symptoms, and what’s the best way to minimize its effects?
While the weather is warming around the globe, the world is also shifting into a “new normal” – a time where it’s vital to strive for optimal wellness. With this in mind, here are five supplements you should consider taking this spring – and why.
An apple a day may keep the doctor away for a very specific reason. The fall fruit, in all of its wonderful varieties, contains a compound that provides ample benefits. Its name? Quercetin.
Q: I was reading the label of a popular energy drink and noticed it contained quercetin. What can you tell me about this compound?