Many histamine intolerance sufferers have a list of "save foods". These are foods that can be eaten without worries when the histamine barrel is once again too full. In our German Facebook group, we asked our users to vote their most popular "save foods". Here are the top five histamine intolerance save foods:
The potato is a true miracle food. It is well tolerated in many intolerances, contains important minerals, vitamins and protein. Formerly the potato was considered poor people food and fattening, but today it enjoys a reputation as a high-quality food. Even with histamine intolerance it is well tolerated.
Even the good old rice is very popular with histamine intolerance. No wonder the potato-rice-diet is so well known and brings relief quickly in the histamine emergency. Cooked rice can be stored for about 12 hours at below 5°C (41°F) and is then still well tolerated. So you can cook it at noon and eat again in the evening with no worries.
Meat is also well tolerated, especially fresh chicken without skin. It can be roasted, stewed or boiled. Seasoned with salt and a few fresh green herbs, it is a perfect protein source for low-histamine days. The whole point with chicken meat is the storage issue. It must be really fresh and the cold chain must not have been interrupted.
Even vegetables must not be neglected. Here the zucchini (courgetti) stands out, because it is very well tolerated. You can enjoy it raw as a salad or cooked as a side dish. It has many vitamins, including vitamins C and A and is considered one of the most tolerable vegetables (e.g. fructose malabsorption). Zucchinis can be stored at about 13°C (55°F) for a few days and are still well tolerated. If the shell has soft spots, cut them away.
If a zucchini tastes bitter, which can occur (rarely) especially in self-pulled specimens, please dispose. The fruit then produced bitter substances and should not be eaten.
Spelt noodles are considered to be well tolerated in histamine intolerance . You should pay attention to organic certification, because now there are also some high-performance spelt varieties that are tolerated a little less. Spelt is still well tolerated by most histamine intolerant persons.
These 5 foods are therefore almost always compatible with histamine intolerance and are ideal for a "my histamine-barrel is full day".
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