Posts Tagged ‘mast cell stabiliser’

21 Anti-histamine Foods That Fight Inflammation And Stabilise Mast-Cells

September 23, 2014  |  Blog, Histamine Intolerance  |  78 Comments

If you have histamine intolerance, mast-cell activation disorder, or any other inflammatory disorder, then here are 21 anti-histamine foods that fight inflammation and stabilise mast-cells naturally (and also a further 21 supplements to boost nutritional reserves):

VEGETABLES

anti histamine watercress

1. Watercress (Nasturtium officinale)

Watercress is a cruciferous vegetable that has a peppery, tangy, taste like rocket. It is considered one of the most nutrient dense plants commonly available. A study showed that watercress inhibits 60% of all histamines released from mast cells.

Study: Goda, Hoshino K, Akiyama H, Ishikawa T, Abe Y, Nakamura T, Otsuka H, Takeda Y, Tanimura A, Toyoda M, “Constituents in watercress: inhibitors of histamine release from RBL-2H3 cells induced by antigen stimulation”, Biol Pharm Bull. 1999 Dec;22(12):1319-26.

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Natural Aspirin Alternatives (That Are Anti-Histamines and Mast-cell Stabilisers)

Natural Aspirin Alternatives (That Are Anti-Histamines and Mast-cell Stabilisers)

In a recent podcast on cardio-vascular disease, Chris Kresser discussed natural aspirin alternatives (that are anti-histamines and mast-cell stabilisers). (1)

Chris concluded that research showed that natural aspirin alternatives were as effective as aspirin with none of the side-effects.

He identified both Pycnogenol® (pronounced Pik-nah-jeh-nol) and Policosanol to have been found to be as effective as aspirin for cardio-vascular health. (2) (3)

In this post I provide additional information on these natural aspirin alternatives (that are anti-histamines and mast-cell stabilisers).

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