I get e-mails asking why I no longer see clients for histamine intolerance, so I thought it would be a good topic for a blog post!
I would suggest reading the blog summary all the way through, then rereading it and following the links to the additional articles.
When learning about histamine intolerance and mast cell activation, it helps to step back and take a look at the big picture of food sensitivity.
Tests provide specific “answers,” which gives patients hope and control. Unfortunately, every test gives a different answer.
Making progress with your food sensitivities is possible! Slow, steady steps is the key to success.
When completed properly, a journal can help you identify symptom triggers.
IgE food allergy is an abnormal immune reaction that causes immediate inflammatory symptoms. Understand what’s happening and how they are diagnosed.
Patients with pollen allergies often suffer with symptoms when eating plant-based foods. Learn how this happens and what you can do about it.
Mast cell activation is a normal immune system function. However, excessive or abnormal activation can cause symptoms.
Food histamine is usually broken-down during digestion and not absorbed into the body. Disruption of this process can lead to symptoms.