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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo-bunny View Post
    I'd say that is clearly down to histamine intolerance.

    Casein likely a lesser factor, and lactose of no concern whatsoever.
    Histamine intolerance sounds most likely in my own case.

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    I tried goats milk cheese a few years ago didn't know it was goats milk cheese, as the restaurant just called it chevre, And that seemed to do ok with me the other day.

    I was at walmart last night and saw some kerrygold dubliner cheese. Which I bought and ate about an ounce of, along with some yogurt as per chocos suggestion, and man was it delicious. Took a giant shit this morning though. Which is good for me as i'm usually backed up so I don't know if this is a good or bad thing.

    If i wanted to eat more of this cheese today, should i again eat it with some yogurt and if I wanted to up the quantity and melt it on some beef how much should i go up to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo-bunny View Post
    I'd say that is clearly down to histamine intolerance.

    Casein likely a lesser factor, and lactose of no concern whatsoever.
    That would make a lot of sense, then, why I tolerate fresh cheeses much better. I really love the flavorful stuff that's 3 years old, but I find that the older the cheese gets, the easier I get stuffed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spuggygirl View Post
    Histamine intolerance sounds most likely in my own case.
    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    That would make a lot of sense, then, why I tolerate fresh cheeses much better. I really love the flavorful stuff that's 3 years old, but I find that the older the cheese gets, the easier I get stuffed up.
    I am finally ... getting over histamine intolerance.

    This has been achieved through eating a very strict low histamine diet.

    After following a very strict regimen for over a year, along with an anti-inflammatory diet, I have seen massive improvements.

    Currently re-introducing more high-histamine foods while upping healthy alkakine anti-inflammatory white potatoes. It's working for me :-)
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    That sounds very not fun It would really be a pain to forsake all my convenient canned fish, shellfish, chocolate, fermented foods, pumpkin, and tomatoes.

    Is this something that's developed over time? You mention that you are reintroducing higher histamine foods. Does that mean that one can get over a histamine intolerance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    That sounds very not fun It would really be a pain to forsake all my convenient canned fish, shellfish, chocolate, fermented foods, pumpkin, and tomatoes.

    Is this something that's developed over time? You mention that you are reintroducing higher histamine foods. Does that mean that one can get over a histamine intolerance?
    In my case histamine dysregulation is inherited. The actions of histamine are very complex.

    Eating a primal anti-inflammatory diet has helped make me much more tolerant toward high-histamine foods.

    I am eating a lot of smoked mackerel and salmon now.
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    Finding it difficult to source canned pumpkin tho!
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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo-bunny View Post
    Finding it difficult to source canned pumpkin tho!
    Lol, I just boil a bunch of kabocha squash and that's my meal sometimes. Would that be high in histamines?

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    In my case histamine dysregulation is inherited. The actions of histamine are very complex.
    I think it's the same way with me. My mom always talks about how she has intolerance to tomatoes and eggplant, and pretty much avoids fermented foods. I thought it was attributed to nightshades, but she does fine on other stuff, like potatoes, so I guess it's a histamine thing Darn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    Lol, I just boil a bunch of kabocha squash and that's my meal sometimes. Would that be high in histamines?



    I think it's the same way with me. My mom always talks about how she has intolerance to tomatoes and eggplant, and pretty much avoids fermented foods. I thought it was attributed to nightshades, but she does fine on other stuff, like potatoes, so I guess it's a histamine thing Darn.
    Canned pumpkin - or kombocha squash - not high in histamines.

    But your Mum is pretty like me. I have to go easy on fermented foods and avoid tomatoes and aubergines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paleo-bunny View Post
    Canned pumpkin - or kombocha squash - not high in histamines.

    But your Mum is pretty like me. I have to go easy on fermented foods and avoid tomatoes and aubergines.
    Oh, I thought pumpkin was high in histamines? That's great to hear!

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