Bio-individual Inhibitors of Histamine IntoleranceBio-individual Inhibitors of Histamine Intolerance

A Bio-Individual List of Histamine Inhibitors

This blog post outlines a list of bio-individual histamine inhibitors. It is a companion post for my previous post on the bio-individual triggers of histamine intolerance.

Histamines are a natural chemical in plants, animals, and humans. The body needs histamines to perform critical functions.

The body was designed to be in a state of homeostasis so that the supply of histamine meets the body’s metabolic needs.

Excessive amounts of histamine are normally de-activated by diamine oxidase (DAO), histamine methyl transferase (HNMT), and monoamine oxidase (MAO).

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Bio-individual Triggers of Histamine Intolerance

The Bio-Individual Triggers of Histamine Intolerance

Bio-individual Triggers of Histamine Intolerance

Histamine intolerance is often misperceived as a diagnosis with a one-dimensional solution aimed at lowering dietary histamines.

I believe that this one-dimensional focus is misconceived. At best this leaves someone who is histamine intolerant managing symptoms. At worst it leaves them ignoring he main source of histamine intolerance.

I believe that histamine intolerance…

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Beetroot Fudge

Beetroot Fudge

Beetroot Fudge

This beetroot fudge is delicious. Not only that but it is nutritious enough to eat for breakfast.

You can eat it either as a warm pudding (in which case it will not be set) or you can leave it to set in the fridge for a few hours (in which case it will be set). This keeps well in the fridge for a day or so and does not need to be frozen.

I also make this with carrot. Its pretty much the same recipe, but I use mesquite, that has a caramel toffee flavour, rather than the vanilla powder. You could also use ginger.

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New Ingredient: Glutathione Setria

I wanted to update you on a new ingredient Glutathione Setria® that has hit the market which I am now personally taking.

There are three things going for this ingredient over the Seeking Health Liposomal Glutathione that I have been taking to date.

Product: 

The product I have trialled is  Healthy Origins, Setria, L-Glutathione Reduced, 500 mg, 150 Capsules although the Setria® ingredient is widely available. It is a peptide based version of the three precursors to glutathione.

Price;

Its about half to a third the cost of the liposomal products. Enough said.

Taste;

There is none because it is a powder in a veggie gel cap. No need to grin and bear that strong sulfur taste anymore.

Clinical Trials;

Clearly show that it raises glutathione by up to 1/3rd.  Yes they were done by the company itself, and yes there is only one clinical trial, but its one more than most products. Also from this human test tube’s perspective it works! I literally can feel it in my body when I take it and when I don’t.

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