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Avoid salicylates to get rid of nasal polyps

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In their book, Nutritional Medicine (Pan Books, 1987), Drs Stephen Davies and Alan Stewart suggest that nasal polyps might respond to a low salicylate diet

In their book, Nutritional Medicine (Pan Books, 1987), Drs Stephen Davies and Alan Stewart suggest that nasal polyps might respond to a low salicylate diet. [These are compounds related to aspirin and found in many fruits, almonds, tomatoes, cucumber, mint, peppers and olives; see p 450 of the above book for a comprehensive list.- Ed.] Worth a try!- H. Skeet, Norfolk


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