Cooking milk for 25 minutes a problem?

5 years 8 months ago #301 by MikeS
Replied by MikeS on topic Cooking milk for 25 minutes a problem?
Thanks for the detailed reply.

And yes, I agree that cramping always suggests electrolytes. I spent a better part of a year going down that hypothesis, with low/high quantities of sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium. I'm pretty convinced that's not the root cause for me, though it seems like salt makes edema worse when it has already started.

I must say I feel abruptly better today. I went to the sauna last night, drank lots of water, and my feet feel soo much better and less swollen.

BTW, I forgot to say in addition to the berries, banana, sweet potato, I also have been eating lots of 70% dark choc.
It's hard to tell without further food isolation what's going on because some foods are high in histamine, oxalate and sodium!

BTW, I had an email exchange with the low histamine chef and she said that indeed you can have other histamine symptoms without sneezing or watery eyes.


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