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eat orange foods, like carrots and sweet potatoes. They’re full of carotenoidspowerful antioxidants or plant pigments the body turns into vitamin A. Carotenoids can also stop the release of histamine, which is what causes sneezing, itching and red, watery eyes. Studies found eating a cup a day of carotenoid-rich foods can cut allergy flare-ups in half. Because the carotenoids make our immune cells more stable. Aside from carrots and sweet potatoes, you can also get carotenoids from butternut squash and spinach, even though it’s green.

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