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This is not an abandoned blog!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted. I know I have a lot of teachers following and I’m sure they can relate when I say there is so much to do when you get close to closing school there is

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

Why is the cat’s pruritus even relevant to this blog?

You might be questioning why I’m all of a sudden writing about my cat. After all, this is a blog about the menopause histamine connection. My male cat is certainly not menopausal. And other than being on my mind because

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Posted in histamine intolerance, menopause, omega 3, Women's health

Starting a food diary and taking notes

I think the thing that perplexes people when they first stumble upon histamine intolerance is where to get started. I posted a few months ago I think I’m histamine intolerant so what do I do now? as a little primer

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

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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Posted in histamine intolerance, menopause, olive oil, Women's health

On the off list…

…or is it off the on list? Whichever, my beloved cauliflower is on the no eat list again. I’ve been gradually adding back foods and getting a bit more adventurous with my selections, but I can see, even though I’d

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Posted in Women's health

Anger makes me itch!

We, the histamine intolerant, tend to think about mostly food and its relationship to our histamine levels…or at least I do. But I know stress and other outside elements can also trigger reactions. I was so angry about something today

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Posted in Women's health

The hellish itch…

I realized the other day that I speak ad nauseam about itching, but never have really addressed directly what I’m talking about. Many people think itching is related to hives or some other visible skin condition like psoriasis or eczema,

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