Category: Histamine & Mast Cell

MTHFR and Histamine Intolerance: What’s the Connection?

Your genetic make-up is what makes you unique. This doesn’t mean, however, that all your genes are perfect. Genetic mutations and variations may occur. MTHFR gene mutation is one of the more common issues that people may experience. While MTHFR mutations may increase your symptoms of histamine intolerance and related symptoms, you shouldn’t be worried […]

Understanding Histamine Intolerance

If you are experiencing frequent headaches, migraines, digestive problems, fatigue, anxiety, menstrual issues, bladder problems, or other uncomfortable or unexplained symptoms, you may be dealing with histamine intolerance.

Migraines and Histamine Intolerance

Migraines and Histamine Intolerance Did you know that there is a migraine warrior in one of every four households? Migraines affect about 12% of the US population. I was one of them. I had migraines for years before I discovered that histamine intolerance was causing them (1). In this article, I will explain what migraines […]

The Histamine-PCOS Connection

Did you know that there is a strong histamine-PCOS connection? If you have PCOS, you are all too familiar with irregular periods, hair loss, ovarian cysts, weight gain, and other symptoms. What you may not know is that if you have PCOS, you may also have histamine intolerance. The good news is that once you […]

Interstitial Cystitis and the Histamine Connection

Living with bladder pain and the constant urge ‘to go’ can be rather frustrating. Yet, you are certainly not alone. Interstitial cystitis, a chronic bladder syndrome affects millions of people, mostly women, every day.  The good news is that you don’t have to struggle any longer. You can reduce your symptoms and recover from interstitial […]

Chimichurri Chicken

We all know that there are only so many ways you can make chicken before you get completely over it. Luckily, this is one of those recipes you can add to your recipe rotation that everyone in your family will enjoy & they won’t even realize how good it is for them. I have put […]

Cauliflower “Fried Rice” Bowl

Just because you have histamine intolerance, thyroid disease or any other health issues, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy good food! You are going to die…well, hopefully not die (you get the point)…when you taste this delicious rendition of fried rice. You’re welcome ahead of time ; )

Exercise Intolerance 101

Histamine and Exercise Intolerance We all know we’re “supposed to exercise.” It’s good for us, it helps control our blood pressure, our blood sugar; it helps improve our mood and combat the symptoms of anxiety and depression because it causes our body to release endorphins. So why wouldn’t you exercise is the question… Picture this: […]

The Histamine-Estrogen Connection

Sometimes, it seems like the answer to most questions about our bodies is centered around these little invisible things called hormones. Don’t know why you’re crying? Hormones. Don’t know why you’re bloated? Hormones. They affect everything from the good to the bad to the ugly. While estrogen is typically associated with women because they have […]

Low Histamine Sheet Pan Fajitas

These easy sheet pan steak fajitas are the perfect weeknight meal. They bake in the oven in just a few minutes and leave only one pan to clean! This recipe is also packed with high quercetin foods that are great for a low histamine diet, such as bell peppers, red onion and fresh cilantro. The […]