Posts Tagged ‘paleolithic diet recipes’
Today I am releasing my new ebook Nourished : Over 30 Delicious Low Histamine Soups which is available for download on all major book selling platforms.
This Chicken Chow Mein recipe is about as close to Chinese food now as it gets for me.
When I was growing up in Australia in the 70s, Chinese restaurants, were everywhere and exotic. Then I lived in Hong Kong and worked extensively throughout Asia in the 80s. Either way Asian Food has a lot of memories for me.
Unfortunately MSG is one of them. If I eat MSG these days, my eyes immediately puff up with cczema, and I get sick. Glutamates it turns out are processed by the same pathways at histamine, so it can also have a knock on effect to my histamine threshold.
So to continue my trip down memory lane, this is my modified version of the chemical laden version, from my childhood. It is another quick, easy, and nutritious meal and often a favourite with kids. It also appeals to my mish mash meal love.
This paleo low histamine porridge is delicious. Not only that but it is jam-packed with anti-inflammatory nutrition.
I have a mild obsession with chia-seeds. They give you all the creaminess of cream caramel without the guilt.
If you have not used these amazing seeds before then I encourage you to try them. What starts as a tiny seed, once activated, becomes a sponge. Can you believe this huge bowl of porridge was made from just 4 tablespoons of seeds?
When I was first diagnosed with histamine intolerance I just wanted to know what I needed to do so I could just do it. I wanted a list.
But it was not that simple.
There were a number of histamine intolerance lists from a number of credible sources. The problem was that no one list was the same and they contain conflicting information.
If you are new to histamine intolerance, then here are some of the lists that are commonly used, and my own experience with them: