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7 years 2 months ago - 7 years 2 months ago #236 by mmvk
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hi,
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.
Yours
Manfred
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6 years 8 months ago - 6 years 8 months ago #251 by Gemme
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I am also new here , hope this may help


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

food Histamine (g/kg) Histidin (g/100g) Histamine (g/100g)
Baker’s yeast 1600

0,16000
Sauerkraut 200,00 / 9-130(3)

0,02000
Pickled cucumber(2) 16-75,00
0,00750
Coconut 70,00
0,00700
Spinach 60,00 0,055 0,00600
Rice polished, white 2,80 0,170 0,000280
Aubergine (eggplant) 26,00
0,00260
Soya bean 25,00 0,830 0,00250
Tomato 25,00
0,00250
Avocado 23,00 0,030 0,00230
Wheat grain 3,50 0,280 0,00035
Apple 0,70
0,00007


food histamine mg/kg
food histamine mg/kg
Alcoholic beverages*


Fish (fresh)
Red wines (selection of)(1) 0,6-3,8>
Trout 333
Austrian white wines (selection of)(1) 0,01-0,12>

Herring 35
Champagne 0,67(1)-11
Salmon 2
Beer(1) 0,02-0,05
Cod 0,1-77



Sardines 15-180
Cheese

Anchovies 170
Brie 35
Tuna 170
Cottage cheese 1-28
Sole 12
Emmentaler 10-2500
Fish fingers 0,1
Goat’s cheese 9

Parmesan 13-580
Meat (fresh)
Roquefort 1-2300
Chicken(1) < 1
Sheep’s cheese 4-61
Beef liver 65



Pork 0,3-45
Dairy products

Turkey 0,2-6
Whole milk 0,6-3
Beef(1) < 2,5
Skimmed milk 0,8

Cream 2
Quark 0,3
Yoghurt 2,1(1)>

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6 years 8 months ago #252 by mmvk
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thank you,
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.
Yours
Manfred

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5 years 11 months ago #295 by keshi35
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Manfred I recently found an app called intolerances and it has a strawberry on the icon it was very helpful.

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5 years 11 months ago #296 by mmvk
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Thank you, I will have a look.

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4 years 2 months ago #379 by StephiK
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thanks a lot! :)

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