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Histadelia vs. Histapenia

Histadelia vs. Histapenia: Does the Pfeiffer protocol always make sense? Understanding Your Histamine Blood Test Results Histamine is most popularly known for its role in allergic and inflammatory processes, including immediate and delayed hypersensitivity immune reactions. It also serves as a neurotransmitter like serotonin and dopamine, and is therefore involved in alertness, arousal, learning, memory, […]

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Histamine and Mental Health

Histamine and Mental Health How Histamine Imbalance Could be Ruining Your Mood One of the many functions of histamine in the body is to act  as a neurotransmitter, where it helps regulate important brain functions such as alertness, attention, learning, memory, stress response, sleep-wake cycles, and sexual function. When the body’s histamine levels go out […]

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HNMT Cofactors and Inhibitors

Histamine Intolerance Histamine intolerance (HIT) is a relatively common condition. The occurrence of HIT is increasing more these days, although the actual mechanism is not completely resolved. When it comes to HIT, we always think of some certain mutations in the DAO gene but HIT is not only because of this. We must also incorporate […]

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HER-stamine? The Link Between Histamine and Estrogen

HER-stamine?  The Link Between Histamine and Estrogen The female hormone estrogen may play a role in the development of histamine intolerance. This seems plausible since women consist of the majority who suffer from this. One explanation is that estrogen and histamine reinforce each other which means estrogen triggers histamine release. In turn, histamine causes increased […]

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How does histamine effect our brain and nervous system?

How does histamine effect our brain and nervous system? Histamine is a natural substance produced by the human body and is a substance with many important functions. Histamine was first isolated in 1907 by Windaus and Vogt, but research is ongoing in both health and disease since its initial description more than a hundred years […]

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Role of 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF) in Cardiovascular Disease

Role of 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF) in Cardiovascular Disease Cardiovascular disease is a major health concern. Multiple co-morbidities are responsible for increasing the cardiovascular risks some of which include hypercholesterolemia, diabetes, smoking and hypertension. [1] All these diseases are directly or indirectly related to the plaque development inside the arteries otherwise known as atherosclerosis. The vascular tone […]

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