One of the challenges faced by people with histamine intolerance is the removal of high histamine ferments, but fortunately, a wide range of low histamine foods nourish the gut. You do not need to eat sauerkraut to have a good gut biome.
One of the most overlooked ways in which histamine tolerance can be improved is through the stabilisation of blood sugar levels.
In the scientific literature, it is a well established that there is a bi-directional relationship between blood sugar control and histamine levels.
This means that unstable blood sugar can increase histamine levels, and histamine levels can progress the development of diabetes or insulin resistance.
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