Hi. I have read recently that during hayfever season, one should avoid high allergy foods e.g. milk, soy, gluten etc. for at least four weeks.... Is this proven to work- worth to try? Also, I’ve heard we should eat foods high in antihistamine e.g. Red Pepper's. I get hay fever every summer and have prescribed pills from the doctor (fexofenadine) since regular antihistamine does not work, but I’d prefer to use something more natural and healthy, to prevent the onset of hayfever. Any ideas? Many thanks.

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