Histamine Intolerance Study Linked to Lower Diamine Oxidase Serum Activities

histamine intolerance

A histamine intolerance is thought to trigger a plethora of clinical symptoms after ingesting histamine‐rich foods that may be linked to the reduced activity of an enzyme, diamine oxidase (DAO), an enzyme responsible for clearing the body of histamines. No study to date has systematically assessed daily fluctuations of histamineRead …

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Adult Food Allergies Linked to Prenatal BPA Exposure

(click to open slideshow) If it seems like more of your patients are allergic to, or intolerant of, more and different kinds of foods than ever before, there might be a reason why. A new research published in November 2014 issue of The FASEB Journal, scientists show, for the first

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Bromelain Limits Airway Inflammation

By Eric R. Secor Jr, ND, MPH, MS, LAc; Sonali J. Shah, BS; Linda A. Guernsey, BS; Craig M. Schramm, MD; Roger S. Thrall, PhD ABSTRACT Context • Allergic asthma continues to increase despite new pharmacological advances for both acute treatment and chronic-disease management. Asthma is a multifactorial disease process

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Treatment For Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis By Chinese Herbal Medicine: A Randomized Placebo Control Trial

Charlie C L Xue, BMed, PhD, Francis C K Thien, MBBS, MD, Jerry J S Zhang, BMed, PhD, Cliff Da Costa, BSc, PhD, Chun G. Li, BMed, PhD Introduction Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis (SAR) is a common condition that significantly affects quality of life. The prevalence rate of SAR varies between

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