Melons and overripe fruit and vegetables generally

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5 years 9 months ago #308 by Esdaile
Hello everyone

I have high hsitamine Levels and a very delicate stomach. I am seeing a specialist ina month. Until then I am struggling to avoid food and drink disaster areas. Generally the pattern follows what people say about histamine intolerance but a big exception for me seems to be melons. I recently twice ate melon, one canteloup and one honeydew and the rult was dire as in diorrhea and I suspect the melons. However, Melons are supposed to be fairly all right so far a shistamine intoleanc eis concerned. That leads me to a more general question: meat is suppose to become more intolerable the older it is but what about fruit and vegetables? Does the same apply? Both melons which I ate were overripe. Would that explain it? I have not seen anything anywhere posted about overripe fruit having more hsitamine except bananas but what about overripe apples or melons-does the same apply?

Comments would be welcome. Thank you!

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