The following table is from our book "Food Intolerances: Fructose Malabsorption, Lactose and Histamine Intolerance" and shows the foods ranked according to the degree of tolerance.


What possibilities are there for the treatment of histamine intolerance? We have summarised the most important information in this article.


Histamine intolerance describes an intolerance to foods with high histamine levels and/or the inability of the human body to metabolise the ingested histamine sufficiently. In this article we describe the basics of histamine intolerance.


What levels of histamine can be found in different foods? What groups of food contain high histamine levels? What groups contain low levels? This article is intended to serve as an overview!


What are the symptoms of histamine intolerance and what organs can be affected? What symptoms have been reported by people who suffer from histamine intolerance?


This table shows some of the known levels of histamine that have been measured in foods. The amount of histamine in a food is heavily dependent on external factors, but this list may help you choose your foods!


The most likely way to diagnose histamine intolerance was to take a blood test. But ist it still accurate? The newest info about how to diagnose HIT properly...


Basic biochemical information about the molecule histamine and its function in the human body.


What kind of food should I avoid? What is save to eat? Histamine intolerance and food is a very complicated chapter, but we tried to keep it simple and clear!


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