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Savoury Waffles with Zucchini Chutney & Asparagus

0 Comments 16 April 2016

TweetThis is one of my favourite lunch recipes, taken from my latest book Man Food. This ebook is built on the same principles as the Anti-Cookbook and Anti-Detox, namely that there be little or no grains, dairy, soy or corn, but lots of ingredients with antihistamine and anti-inflammatory properties also dense in wonderful phytonutrients. None of […]

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Research & News

Low FODMAPs diet may help histamine intolerance and IBS

0 Comments 09 April 2016

Tweet UPDATE: math is not my strong point so my apologies. I have changed the first graph to reflect verbatim the histamine reduction. In the last few years research into causes of IBS have explored a link to foods high in fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols (FODMAPs) [1]. And now researchers believe a low FODMAPs diet […]

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90 min online histamine intolerance diet workshop

0 Comments 06 April 2016

Tweet 90 minute online workshop live with Yasmina on Saturday April 23rd LIVE at 10am PST / 1pm EST / 7pm CEST (Paris) (with recorded replay available immediately afterwards for seven days following the event) Click here to go to online store and purchase It’s time to move beyond the histamine elimination diet… Are allergy-like symptoms preventing you […]

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Research & News

I’m not anti-pharma, I’m on a medication vacation

0 Comments 02 April 2016

Tweet I was recently forced to pin this post to a Facebook group: “PHARMACEUTICAL SHAMING”: demonising pharmaceuticals and scaring people into thinking they will not heal if taking medications. While we are focused on natural healing via diet and other methods in this group, please refrain from the “pharmaceutical shaming” of folks taking prescribed medications. […]

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Research & News

Nigella sativa for allergies, osteoporosis and flatulence

0 Comments 30 March 2016

Tweet Nigella sativa and its active constituents have been shown to possess antioxidant, anti-parasitic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, pain killing, and fever lowering properties, in addition to treating coughs, slowing the growth of some cancers, as well as inducing cancer cell death in cervical, liver, colon, lung and certain types of breast cancers [1]. Please bear in […]

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Research & News

Long term exposure to antigens may help mast cells

0 Comments 19 March 2016

Tweet Antigen: any substance that causes your immune system to produce antibodies against it. This means your immune system does not recognize the substance, and is trying to fight it off. An antigen may be a substance from the environment, such as chemicals, bacteria, viruses, or pollen. An antigen may also form inside the body [1]. The […]

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Research & News

Chronic urticaria (hives) linked to histamine foods

0 Comments 12 March 2016

TweetUrticaria is something many of us with histamine intolerance or mast cell activation have come to know as our nemesis: hives. Most doctors (non specialists) may not yet know that if allergies are not present, as diagnosed by IgE or RAST, excess histamine has been found to play a key role in chronic idiopathic urticaria/hives. […]

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Courses, Dispatches

Week one cognitive hypnotherapy course

0 Comments 09 March 2016

Tweet The cognitive hypnotherapy course has begun and already I’m feeling the stress relief kicking in. I don’t know about you, but I trace my histamine intolerance problems back to stressful life events. From refusing to eat when under great stress, to increased symptoms generally. Interestingly though, my histamine symptoms were under control for the […]

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Healing histamine: cognitive hypnotherapy course

0 Comments 06 March 2016

Tweet My first course is live! My research into neural re-training convinced me that beliefs I was holding onto regarding my ability to heal, past negative food outcomes and exposure to stress were torpedoing my progress. Finding no practical approach to the problem, I tried cognitive hypnotherapy. It’s essentially a way of hacking into your […]

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Interviews, Research & News

The mold-histamine link

0 Comments 27 February 2016

Tweet According to Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, a leading biotoxin researcher with a medical degree from Duke University, Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS), is the result of chronic inflammation produced by exposure to biotoxins (toxins produced from living organisms) that come from mold (mycotoxins), tick-borne infections like Babesia, dinoflagellates, blue-green algae, some reef fish, and the brown […]

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