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 about olive oil and omegas, as well as adrenal fatigue and inflammation:
The final theory on why I’ve healed is an in depth discussion on what I’ve learned over the last few months and what has worked for me to lower my histamine levels and reduce inflammation in my body.
Omegas is the discussion on why I think an imbalance of omega 6/ omega 3 was causing a big part of my problem with inflammation.
Olive oil, cortisol, and adrenal fatigue is where I started to really have an understanding as to how olive oil could positively affect adrenal fatigue.
Olive oil, polyphenols, and healing is the post where I first started to really make an argument for how olive oil was helping me get onto the healing path.
More on why olive oil might help heal is about how olive oil might help with intolerance because it has the ability to help the intestines produce DAO, the enzyme responsible for breaking down histamine.
Adrenal fatigue, menopause, and histamine intolerance talks about the possible link between adrenal fatigue and histamine intolerance.
Do women really need to suffer? talks about whether women who are menopausal or peri menopausal need to suffer the “typical” symptoms, or can my findings make a difference to them too?
These posts are about the other issues you might not think of but can be causing you trouble, such as hot showers and razor burn.
Remember it’s not just food talks about how using products around your house that might trigger a reaction.
Give up the razor Shaving using a razor caused itchy legs for hours after.
Does your shower make you itch Hot showers can be a major hive trigger!