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Do you have histamine intolerance?

It could be confused with an increased burden of mast cells, one of the main types of cells that release histamine.

Tune in for two lab tests that can help you tell the difference.

Dietary Histamine: How Reliable Is the Information?

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Here is the link to the episode that lists the symptoms of histamine intolerance in more detail, and covers food sources of histamine:

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  1. Do you need to be having symptoms when getting tested? I recently cut out high histamine foods which has worked for me, but I’d still like to get to the root cause and be tested. I can’t seem to find a clear answer and want to know if I need to change my diet again before being tested. Thanks so much for this information! It was very timely!

  2. Much thanks for this. I look forward to upcoming info from you re nutritional approaches to mast cell stabilization / reduction. Your time and effort to enlighten us is hugely appreciated.

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