my name is Manfred and I am new in this forum.
Can you recommend me a food list in which every food is listed with its amount of histamine (for example in mg histamine/100 g of food)?
Thanks in advance.
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Champagne (76 mg/4 Oz.)
Sauerkraut (23 mg/3.5 Oz.)
Tofu (as high as 22 mg/3.5 Oz.)
Parmesan Cheese (15 mg/3.5 Oz.)
Beer (7 mg/pint) Beers vary in histamine content, with top fermented beers being higher in histamine.
Sausage (6 mg/3.5 Oz.) Fresh sausage is often lower in histamine than the cured/aged sausage.
Blue Cheese (5 mg/3.5 Oz.)
Red Wine (3.5 mg/4 Oz.)
Eggplant (3 mg/3.5 Oz.)
Tomato Ketchup (2 mg/3.5 Oz.)
Canned Fish (tuna, salmon, herring) (2 mg/3.5 Oz.)
How to read the table:
>indicates that higher levels have also been measured, but that the sources are not properly established
<indicates that it is possible for these foods to contain lower levels
currently we can handle the food intolerance very well.
Very helpful was living in Greece for 2 1/2 months during the summer time.
We do not know why, but we are absolutely sure that the climate has an impact on the intolerance.
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