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Olive oil really could be key to healing histamine intolerance

I am writing a post about B vitamins and their relationship to inflammation, histamine intolerance, and hot flashes, but stopped to put this post up first. In my quest to understand the connection I believe exists between supporting the hypothalamus

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More on why olive oil might help heal

Thanks to one of my readers, I’ve started researching more about olive oil’s role in healing my histamine intolerance. It’s such a large puzzle and there are so many pieces to put together that it’s hard to know which theory

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Index of posts

I wanted to have a index of what I think are my most important posts. This is the one I think everyone should read first: I think I’m histamine intolerant so what do I do now? The following posts are

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Throw out the grapeseed oil part 2

I posted about how bad grapeseed oil is for inflammation the other day. One of my friends and blog followers mentioned how distressed she was to read that post, as she had just purchased a big bottle of it. She

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I think I have the answer

I am working on a post that will take me awhile to get together. It is the culmination of all my research and, what I think, is the answer to my menopause histamine connection. Suffice to say it is a

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Olive oil, cortisol and adrenal fatigue

I am still on my olive oil/adrenal fatigue research kick! I have seen such amazing results using olive oil on my skin and taking it internally, that I am fixated on proving the connection between it and whatever has casued

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Give up the razor

I mentioned in my last post that I had started using an electric razor to shave my legs. I wanted to touch on that a bit more. I’m thinking that some gals might not realize how much damage it could

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Reflections on the last three months

It’s been about three months since I went to bed one night fine and woke up the next morning with histamine¬†intolerance. I always figured I’d be done with it in about three months. I don’t know why. Maybe that’s how

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Is it a healing crisis or a cold?

Last night I had a really restless night. My eyes popped open and there I was, laying in bed staring at the cat. And I noticed a slight sore throat. I tossed around for quite awhile and then finally fell

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Olive oil, polyphenols, and healing

I am excited today because I feel like I might have stumbled on something. I’ve started using olive oil for my dry skin and have had great results with it. The skin on my legs is healing and substantially less

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