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Research Shows an 80% Increase of Histamine in Celiac Mucosa. Where Do You Find Relief from Allergy Symptoms?

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The season of new life and fresh starts can also bring symptoms that slow us down. Pollen counts from blooming plants, trees, and flowers can increase histamine in the body and cause sneezing, itching and watery eyes. High histamine is the sixth leading cause of health issues in people of all ages, according to the CDC.

For people who have gluten sensitivities, it is even more problematic. Research shows an 80% increase of histamine in the celiac mucosa1. How do you address such a burden on the immune system? First, let’s take a look at symptoms associated with high histamines.

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