Eating out might seem like a total fantasy when you’re starting out with histamine intolerance, but there’s many ways to get exactly what you want, without you, your waiter, or dinner companions, going nuclear. Here’s how to deal with histamine intolerance in a restaurant setting. I eat out a lot. Like really a lot. I have
The fact I’ve been including (supposedly) high histamine foods back into my histamine intolerance/mast cell activation diet has been a source of confusion, contention and downright anger to some of my readers. Some of the reasons I’ve worked hard to add some of the foods I eliminated over the years are: I learned the hard way
UPDATE: I made an error, though I know perfectly well these are pink rather than red, I somehow ended up goofing. I’m also moving further up in the post that this tree is a member of the cashew family so care must be taken if allergic to nuts. It turns out that my favourite pepper,
Start the new year right with these 7 histamine intolerance foods that fight inflammation, are histamine friendly and super healthy for the body overall. I guarantee that you’ll always find these foods in my fridge and cupboards because I leaned heavily on them for the last five years, before figuring out that I was able
It’s dessert time! This month I’ll be giving away my 110 page Happy Holidays ebook free with every purchase, this year I’ve added a slew of non-alcoholic drinks and canapés. There’s several full menus of nutrient dense and totally delicious festive foods in this ebook. Don’t miss it, visit my online store to get it. Just
Did you know that histamine causes hangovers? I used to tell people that living with histamine intolerance is like having a permanent hangover, one I actually dubbed the “histamine hangover”, because eating histamine foods left me feeling like I’d been run over by a truck. Thankfully some wineries have come up with ways to not only
From my latest ebook – the all liquid Anti-Detox: a high nutrient soup with lots of my favourite antihistamine and anti-inflammatory ingredients. Sadly we forgot to add the link to the recipe…you can find it here. http://healinghistamine.com/video-roasted-butternut-squash-shallot-and-saffron-soup/
Yasmina Ykelenstam (www.thelowhistaminechef.com) interviews immunologist Dr Janice Joneja on how those with histamine intolerance can enjoy a natural source of diamine oxidase from the comfort of our homes.
My gift to you, with the purchase of any of my books. Features tips on how to take the stress out of Christmas and a full high nutrient dinner menu with sides, eggnogg, cookies and two desserts. If you have already purchased all of my books (including the dessert book), please contact me at www.thelowhistaminechef.com
Part two – natural antihistamine and mast cell stabilising supplements for histamine intolerance, mast cell disorders and allergies.