Histamine Intolerance interview: Dr Janice Joneja part 1

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Yasmina Ykelenstam (the Low Histamine Chef) interviews histamine intolerance and allergy researcher, immunologist and nutritionist Dr. Janice Joneja.
In part 1:
– Why you may still be able to eat tomatoes
– How lowering your histamine level can help minimize allergies (if you’re histamine intolerant or lacking the histamine-lowering diamine oxidase enzyme)
– Why elimination is counterproductive (wait, haven’t we been saying that too?)
– How to figure out whether you have histamine intolerance (not what you’d expect a doctor to tell you!)
– Why high histamine food lists vary
– The answer to why some low histamine foods still bother you (starts with a B!)
– Why some foods with antihistaminic properties still appear on high histamine lists
– Third generation probiotics that poop out histamine lowering diamine oxidase
– How your brain is tripping up recovery


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Yasmina was an award-winning broadcast journalist with a decade of experience covering war zones for CNN and the BBC. She devoted her journalism skills to researching and writing about histamine. Click here to learn about her. Each post is carefully and fully referenced with the latest scientific research. Not sure where to start? Here’s a four week meal plan and overall Histamine Reset.

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