Histamine Intolerance Diagnosis

New Guidelines For Diagnosing Histamine Intolerance

April 23, 2017  |  Blog, Histamine Intolerance  |  22 Comments

The new guidelines for diagnosing histamine intolerance provides an interesting overview as to some of the challenges that researcher and patients share.[1]

The question they pose is not whether histamine intolerance exists but what is the root cause? Is it actually what we eat?

They then go on to propose new guidelines for diagnosing and managing histamine intolerance.

The following is a summary of their findings and recommendations.

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Histamine Intolerance

Histamine Intolerance Podcast

April 19, 2017  |  Blog, Histamine Intolerance  |  15 Comments

I recently was interviewed by Stephen Anderson for the Holistic Practitioner Podcast on histamine intolerance.

In this episode, we talk about my long struggle with histamine intolerance and how healing myself lead me into the work of helping others suffering from similar issues.

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Do You Have Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)?

Do You Have Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)?

February 14, 2017  |  Blog, Chronic Fatigue, Histamine Intolerance  |  34 Comments

It has been a little quiet on this blog of late as two years ago I was diagnosed with CIRS.

Fortunately, I am now much better, and so I wanted to share with you what I have learned about this syndrome.

Not only does this syndrome affect up to 25% of the population but many of my clients are discovering they have CIRS.

Here is my story. See if any of it sounds familiar.

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Histamine Intolerance GMO Foods and Roundup®

Histamine Intolerance GMO Foods and Roundup®

February 8, 2017  |  Blog, Histamine Intolerance  |  No Comments

A new study shows a link between histamine intolerance, GMO foods, and Roundup® sprayed foods.

The study looked at non-genetically modified (GMO) maize, GMO maize not sprayed with any herbicide, and GMO maize sprayed with Roundup®.

Roundup® was applied only once, before the development of the maize cobs, so the study looked at the effects, even in the absence of herbicide residues.

The findings have significant implications for anyone suffering from histamine intolerance.

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