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Read my guest post on the Low Histamine Chef’s site!

I’m super excited to direct my readers to the The Low Histamine Chef’s site to read my guest post. I feel like I made it to the World Series of histamine today! Even if you’ve read a lot of my

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Posted in histamine intolerance, menopause, peri-menopause, Women's health

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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Posted in olive oil, omega 3, polyphenols

The proof is in the hair!

Many women find their hair thinning when menopause starts. Actually, they might not notice it for a few months. And it’s not just on your head. You might notice your hair thinning all over your body. There are multiple reasons

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Posted in histamine intolerance, menopause, Women's health

Sunday morning update 2

Tomorrow will be a month since my body has had a major reaction to food. That, to me, is a huge milestone. If you’ve kept up with my blog, you might remember that I’ve recently realized that I’ve probably always

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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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Posted in Women's health

The final theory on why I’ve healed

I feel like I’ve been putting a jigsaw puzzle together for the last three months. Everyday I snapped in another piece, until yesterday I finally put all the pieces together, stepped back and saw the whole picture. Menopause triggered my

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Posted in olive oil, omega 3, polyphenols

Adrenal fatigue, menopause, and histamine intolerance

A couple of months ago I said I understood that menopause was causing my high histamine levels and therefore my histamine intolerance, but that I wanted to know what the underlying cause was. I wanted to know what system was

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