Histamine is a component of foods — rather than an ingredient, per se — and histamine sensitivity is not an allergy, but as it can mimic an allergy, it’s often perceived to be one. Histamine is released in the body… Read more
Sensitivity to histamine is a little known and under-diagnosed problem. Histamine is present in the body, as it’s essential to some of its many processes. It is released by immune system cells in response to allergens — a major cause of… Read more
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