Medicines That Cause Histamine Intolerance

The realization that Metformin blocks the diamine oxidase enzyme led me to research the medicines that cause histamine intolerance.

Diamine oxidase is the enzyme within the intestine that breaks down biogenic amines (including histamine).

When the...

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Zeolite Binds Histamines

Many years ago, I discovered that zeolite binds histamines in the gastrointestinal tract to neutralize excess histamines. 

Once I stumbled onto this discovery, I used zeolite to rapidly reduce histamine reactions, not just in me but also in...

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Vitamin C Is An Antihistamine

Vitamin C is a simple and effective antihistamine.

Not to mention a vital nutrient needed to perform many bodily functions. 

Here is what you need to know about Vitamin C and your health. 

Symptoms

Vitamin C deficiency is synonymous with...

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How to Reintroduce Nutritious Higher Histamine Foods

One of the most widely misunderstood areas with histamine intolerance is how to reintroduce nutritious higher histamine foods.

A low histamine elimination diet should only be done for 2 - 4 weeks to confirm histamine intolerance.

Then...

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All About Binders And How To Use Them

 

Binders are a crucial part of any healing protocol. 

Binders are essentially insoluble fibers. While dietary fiber plays an important part in daily detoxification, selective binders are used to increase the excretion of specific...

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HOW TO HEAL

 The science on how to heal is growing rapidly.

Recently, Dr. Naviaux published a journal article that organizes the current knowledge on how to heal. I consider it a seminal piece of work.

We now know that healing happens on a...

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Safe Food Handling and Histamine Intolerance

If you have histamine intolerance, leaky gut, or a compromised immune system, unsafe food handling practices may cause histamine intolerance.

Two different pathways produce histamine.

One is naturally occurring in some fresh food products (such as...

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HISTAMINE AND ESTROGEN

Histamine and estrogen are intrinsically linked.

It is no coincidence that a high incidence of people who acquire histamine intolerance are women. The common link is excess estrogen.

When I first became histamine intolerant the information...

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HISTAMINE PRODUCING GUT BACTERIA

Histamine producing gut bacteria is one of the leading causes of histamine intolerance in my clients.

It is well established that histamine can be produced by bacteria and yeasts in fermented foods, but there is an emerging body of research,...

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BACTERIA AND MAST CELLS : RETHINKING MAST CELL ACTIVATION

The role of bacteria and mast cells is an emerging area of medical research.

Mast cells are best recognized for their role in inflammation, allergies, and lectins, however, the role of bacteria and mast cells are also crucial.

Yet mast cells play...

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