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Histamine Breaking Enzyme To Treat Leaky Gut And Allergies?

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I have tried Histamne, which is similar.I did not notice them as being very effective, I'm afraid.


I have a histamine intolerance, and honestly, the best way to knock down the level of histamine in your body is to avoid the foods

that are highest in histamine levels. Then, after a few weeks, try one of them and see how you feel. Eventually, you will learn your tolerance level.


I also take quercetin, fish oil and probiotics.

Quercetin acts like an antihistamine and an anti-inflammatory, and may help protect against heart disease and cancer. Quercetin can also help stabilize the cells that release histamine in the body and thereby have an anti-inflammatory effect.


I do take breaks from that supplement every other month, as is suggested in medical literature. I am hoping I will not even need it very soon.



Have you read this? he does a good job of breaking down the available info on how histamine intolerance can occur in people with

impaired guts (as in celiac):


I think broad-spectrum probiotics are essential in healing any gut imbalances and therefore, helping with allergies and intolerances.


All IMHO, of course and based on my own recovery, my GI doctor's blessing and reading tons of research.

Good luck. 


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