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Histamine is a chemical substance responsible for some important functions, e.g. in the defence against foreign substances or in the central nervous system. When histamine levels become too high, or when it cannot be properly broken down due to DAO deficiency or inhibition, it can interfere with normal body functions with symptoms such as headaches, nausea, bloating or abdominal pain. Our Hista-Aid has a unique formula and ingredients that have been researched through studies. We have combined a blend of 4 strains of bacteria that help balance the microbiome, which is important for histamine metabolism. We have added Pantescal, a branded extract blend with extracts of capers, olive leaf, black currant and Panax ginseng, which support the immune system, natural vitamin C from acerola, a cofactor of DAO, and vitamin B6, which supports the body's synthesis of DAO. Of course, it is vegan and free of any additives such as microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate or gelatine.
Histamine is a chemical substance found in large quantities in the body. It plays a significant role in brain activity, gastric secretion and it acts as a chemical mediator in certain reactions such as those caused by allergies and inflammation. In fact, histamine is a substance well known to allergy sufferers. Its production is activated by the body in response to potentially dangerous foreign bodies (allergens) to alert. When histamine levels becomes too high, this leads to the appearance of the characteristic symptoms of allergic reactions.
GOOD TO KNOW
- Common symptoms of histamine intolerance include headaches, palpitations, swelling, nausea, vomiting, bloating and abdominal pain.
- About 1 % of population is affected by histamine intolerance, especially women (80 %) between the ages of 35 and 45.
- Histamine intolerance can only be diagnosed by the process of exclusion, as there are no tests for it.
- Foods rich in histamine: eggplant, avocado, dried fruits, champagne, fermented white cabbage, spinach, cheese, yoghurt, and legumes.