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Histamine issues

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by nichole, Jul 16, 2019.

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  1. nichole

    nichole New Member

    i can eat frozen salmon. But I can’t eat crustaceans, shrimp oysters ect. I get rashes. How do you go around this? Is just eating salmon ok?
    I lived in mold for 12 years and became extremely sick and now have histamine issues.
    I’m working with a dr to reverse all of the damage but for now I can’t eat high histamine foods.
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  2. Gingertea

    Gingertea New Member

    I have histamine issues also. I don’t feel good when I eat oysters and fish but I force myself to because it’s good for me. I hope over time I will become healthier and the histamine issues will go away.
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  3. Penny

    Penny New Member

    Go to an allergist and they'll give you tiny bits of shellfish to desensitize you - you need this because oysters have 200% of the daily value of zinc and zinc is a cofactor in like 300 different enzymes - including serotonin which helps you sleep - for my son, when he had his histamine issues, I took him camping - the first day his eyes swelled almost shut and he was itching but after that it was smoot sailing... your ability to assimilate sunlight is impaired by melanopsin disfunction in your skin, so that is why he initially had trouble with the sun (the sun will release histamine) - avoid (cover up) fake light and embrace sunlight (morning sun is important prior to getting UV afternoon sunlight - very protective) - the poor man's allergy test is to rub a potential allergen (say egg white) on your inside wrist before bed, then see if there's a rash the next day -
  4. nichole

    nichole New Member

    Do you get the rashes after eating them?
  5. nichole

    nichole New Member

    Yes I had issues with the sun too. I would get bad rashes but the mire I went in the better it seems.
    I should try the shrimp again. I’m just afraid bc I react to so many other high histamine foods.
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  6. Huck

    Huck Silver

    Have you been tested for zonulin (leaky gut). Some say leaky gut can cause a histamine reaction and others say a problem with histamine causes leaky gut.

    I only had a couple of reactions and both times my eyes swelled up and heart rate increased. For me, it appears that fixing my leaky gut fixed the histamine problem.

    Another thing I did was to try not to breath in the air directly from over/around the raw fish/seafood and to make sure my hands were washed with soap immediately after touching the raw food. I think my reactions were to the raw food and not the cooked food.
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  7. nichole

    nichole New Member

    My gut is a mess. I lived in a house that had very bad water damage and a lot of mold!

    It that wasn’t fixed for 12 years. I ended up developing horrible cognitive issues, neurological issues, food sensitivities, histamine issues, gut issues, sleep issues, extremely low cortisol, lupus and more. I was in and out of the ER a bunch of times.

    I just moved out of that house last summer and I’ve been working with a mold dr. I’m better but still have a long way to go. I was bed ridden and now I’m functional just exhausted and still have all my symptoms just to a lesser degree.
    My dr has a specific order to fixing everything. He said once the mold is removed then we bring the inflammation down them we fix the gut. So eventually I’ll get there....
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  8. Huck

    Huck Silver

    I'm no doctor, but I wonder why he would postpone fixing leaky gut. It causes inflammation, so to try to fix inflammation before fixing leaky gut seems backwards.
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  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Histamine is histidine and lack of sun problem. Lack of sun makes all surfaces in humans leaky.

    When are some of you gonna learn the basics?

    Pretty disheartening.

    Histamine comes from the aromatic amino acid histidine. Histidine decarboxylase (HDC) is an enzyme responsible for catalyzing the decarboxylation of histidine to form histamine. In mammals, histamine is an important biogenic amine with regulatory roles in neurotransmission, gastric acid secretion and immune response in many tissues but histidine is incredibly important on the skin where sunlight interacts with it. People forget that all aromatic amino acids have benzene rings acts like photon traps for the UV light that slows light down for specific reasons. Bacteria are also capable of converting histidine to histamine and a noninfectious form of food born illness occurs in spoiled foods, especially from old seafood. Fermented foods, like natto, cheese, wine, and kombucha have natural levels of histamine present in them to cause many of their effects from the bacteria and yeasts ability to change histidine to histamine. Most histamine is found in mast cells, basophils, and eosinophils which are cells found in the barrier tissues and the circulatory system. This shows you that they all interact with surface light frequencies. In the brain, histamine can act as a neurotransmitter and in the skin, histidine acts as a sunscreen protector (urecholic acid). Another key place histamine is stored is in the gut in the enterochromaffin system of the stomach. Histamine causes many food allergies or sensitivities because it is released when the environment is filled with nnEMF. This is due to alterations of the calcium control mechanisms that work normally with light. RF radiation is associated with large surface currents and this can usurp the control of the process controlled by sunlight. People often forget that sunlight is natural calcium channel blocker and this acts to control the release of histamine in many tissues exposed to sunlight. It also points out why the non-native frequency of light cause signaling issues. nnEMF is tied to food sensitivities, gut symptoms, and bacterial/yeast production of histamine to great excess. Most people do not realize how these things connect to modern illness like eczema, allergy, and food intolerances. Eliminating the food is not a wise decision but mitigating your environment is the key move of the mitochondriac. Histamine is just another biogenic amine is affected by solar light........ is also tied to the increase in the volume of the connective tissue stroma in the skin to make some unique chemical in the skin like filiggrin...........anything that gets larger in the universe is a sign of electron loss and electron loss = less light assimilation photoelectrically. This is when mast cells and eosinophils show up in swollen tissues with altered histamine ubiquitination marking. Itching and swelling = a lack of purple and red light in your life. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10859662
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  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I love how this comment is made while the profile pic has sunglasses on the eyes and we wonder why you have a problem?
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