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No longer being updated – visit my new website!

0 Comments 20 August 2016

Tweet Greetings! You’ve found me. Welcome to my first website where I’ve shared an immense amount of research on healing histamine. I haven’t shared any new posts here in quite some time because I’ve moved to a new website which has a ton more info and lots of freebies. Click the logo or here to […]

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Paleo Beauty

0 Comments 19 August 2016

Tweet Not on the paleo diet? You don’t have to be to enjoy their uber clean beauty and bath products which are some of the best on the market. Having recently attended the Paleo FX conference in Austin, I can tell you there’s some exciting products you should check out. Please head over to my wonderful […]

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Fight histamine inflammation: live longer and younger

0 Comments 14 August 2016

TweetInflammaging is the ageing effect of inflammation on the body and brain. We have modern medicine to thank for life span increases, but scientists believe part of the reason inflammation takes such a toll on us is because the immune system must nowadays stay active for longer than ever. This very long activity may lead to chronic […]

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It’s not in your head: gluten hurts non-celiacs too

0 Comments 31 July 2016

Tweet The next time that annoying friend (or family member) snarkily comments on how your “gluten intolerance” isn’t a thing, go ahead and point them to a new study released by the Colombia University Medical Centre. Researchers there discovered that people with non-celiac wheat sensitivity have a weak intestinal barrier (I know, d’oh) and that eating gluten […]

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Parasites trigger mast cell histamine release

0 Comments 16 July 2016

Tweet Mast cells are a key player in the immune system response. They release histamine and other inflammatory agents into the bloodstream to fight viruses and bacteria, parasites, and promote wound healing. Pretty much any invader can cause this mast cell activation, or a perceived intrusion, by food and beauty products for example, when the immune […]

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Low FODMAPS antihistamine onion substitute kills parasites

0 Comments 09 July 2016

Tweet The Indian herb Asafoetida (Ferula Asafoetida) possesses anti-inflammatory and antihistamine activity, in addition to fighting viruses and intestinal parasites. For those unable to tolerate garlic and onion, or those eating a low FODMAPs diet, this member of the carrot family makes a pleasing substitute when added to cooking. References for every statement in this post are found […]

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Junk food triggers allergies and causes leaky gut

0 Comments 05 July 2016

Tweet Studies reveal modern food processing techniques and additives cause food to become more allergenic and create or contribute to intestinal permeability (“leaky gut”) and generalised inflammation involving histamine, mast cells and more. In particular, the browning of foods (or caramelisation) can cause mast cell activation. Intestinal permeability/leaky gut is believed to cause allergies, weight […]

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Kitchen hacking: save time, money, sanity

0 Comments 26 June 2016

Tweet Bacteria cause histamine release in the body, so it makes sense to cook from scratch daily. Doesn’t it? Does eating fresh food devoid of leftover bacteria free up some of my histamine allowance for something more fun, like a raw cacao brownie? Hells ya. Read more about spending your histamine allowance here. But do […]

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Antihistamine properties of lotus

0 Comments 18 June 2016

Tweet More than just a beautiful adornment, Asia’s revered lotus flower offers up several compounds with antihistamine, mast cell stabilising and anti-inflammatory properties. Best of all, the lotus is highly edible, tasty and fairly easy to find frozen or as a tea. References and links to lotus suppliers at the end of the post. The lotus flower, Nelumbo […]

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Does negative brain conditioning fuel inflammation?

0 Comments 06 June 2016

TweetDid you know that the amygdala is responsible, through processing taste, for “learning taste aversion”. Put simply, it learns through trial and error that certain foods make us sick. Knowing that, it’s going to want to warn us before the food goes into the mouth (i.e. by reacting to a scent beforehand), which may be why […]

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