Having sinus pressure, congestion, sinusitis, sinus headaches, rhinitis? Allergies are one major factor in causing or contributig to many of those sinus disorders. Another major player is food. Yes, some foods can cause some sinus difficulties to many people, yet this is widely unknown. In fact, as I talk to people through the internet, and mention to them some specific foods to avoid, so far the answer has been 100 percent the same a few days later: "It's true"--then they mention the particular food(s) they have left out and the positive results on their sinuses within a very short time.
There seems to be, however, a difference of opinion on this issue in the medical profession. But we who have suffered from sinus problems in the past and have changed some foods in our diet have no problems saying: "It does make a difference." For example, some foods can create excessive:
sinus pressure--if some of the above items are not properly handled
You should become acquainted with those foods. They come from both the animal and vegetable kingdoms. It would be advantageous for you if, together with this knowledge of foods to avoid, you would also obtain some practical information on how you can approach the allergies issue. Again, were you to focus on these two items for a while you could see, probably, very significant, positive results. Elliminating some foods alone could bring you some surprising sinus relief in 2-3 days.
Here is a list of common foods which can stimulate the production of mucus, which in turn can lead to other sinus issues such as: congestion, pressure and sinusitis and therefore should be avoided:
Food containing additives
when eaten regularly
effect varies from person to person
Omega-6 fatty acids containing foods
Refined vegetable oils
Saturated fats and trans fats
high fat meats
sugar in significant amounts
cold breakfast cereals with sugar
Cow's milk--possibly one of the worst
Sinus worst food
From my personal experience confirmed by those with whom I have "compared notes", the worst foods for the sinuses, ranked by the most hurtful at the top:
Mucus producing to a lesser extent:
soy in its various forms
too much salt
Foods Good for the Sinuses
lemons and limes
has cleansing properties
promotes general health
water cress, etc.
it has much potassium
it is credited with bodily cleansing properties
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The right sinus relief is more than just taking medications. It involves: Right eating, botanicals, some regular medications & pressure points for the sinuses
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