TIP OF THE DAY of our nutritionist Dr. Tomás Barbosa:
Seasonal allergies, also called hay fever or allergic rhinitis, only occur during certain parts of the year, usually the spring or summer. Lifestyle changes may help ease your springtime woes. Adding certain foods to your diet could actually help relieve symptoms like the nose-dripping and eye-watering. From reducing inflammation to boosting the immune system, there are a number of dietary choices that may help mitigate the miseries of seasonal allergies.
Call our International Call Center (+351) 21 458 85 00 and schedule your Orthomolecular Check-Up to know what is your Food-Allergy Profile that may cause the weight-loss more difficult to achieve.