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histamine intolerance - supplement

Postby bertyolmer on Thu Mar 12, 2015 6:03 pm

Hi folks,
I got the diagnosis having a HI (histamine intolerance) 3 years ago. It was very hard for me because I could'nt eat certain kind of vegetables and stuff like that. Sometimes it was so hard I could'nt eat sth except of rice. I always had this weird headache and didn't know whats going on.

What ever since january I'm trying a dietary supplement called Daosin which should help to hold the histamine level within the body and avoids the allergic reaction if I eat sth histamine rich.

Now I can eat everything without having any problems, no headache, no cramps nothing. Happy so far!

Does someone else got expierence with this dietary supplement?

Best regards,
Bert :)
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Re: histamine intolerance - supplement

Postby AlexBuckanan on Mon Jul 06, 2015 9:30 am

As I read "bertyolmers" answer in a different forum I started to laugh immediatly :D
You're using Daosin too!

I'm so happy to have it, 100% recommendation
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Re: histamine intolerance - supplement

Postby luffyy10 on Mon Apr 24, 2017 8:08 am

bertyolmer wrote:Hi folks,
I got the diagnosis having a HI (histamine intolerance) 3 years ago. It was very hard for me because I could'nt eat certain kind of vegetables and stuff like that. Sometimes it was so hard I could'nt eat sth except of rice. I always had this weird headache and didn't know whats going on.

What ever since january I'm trying a dietary keto australia supplement called Daosin which should help to hold the histamine level within the body and avoids the allergic reaction if I eat sth histamine rich.

Now I can eat everything without having any problems, no headache, no cramps nothing. Happy so far!

Does someone else got expierence with this dietary supplement?

Best regards,
Bert :)

Hi

Many supplements contain active ingredients that can have strong effects in the body. Always be alert to the possibility of unexpected side effects, especially when taking a new product.

Supplements are most likely to cause side effects or harm when people take them instead of prescribed medicines or when people take many supplements in combination. Some supplements can increase the risk of bleeding or, if a person takes them before or after surgery, they can affect the person’s response to anesthesia. Dietary supplements can also interact with certain prescription drugs in ways that might cause problems. Here are just a few examples:

Vitamin K can reduce the ability of the blood thinner to prevent blood from clotting.
St. John’s wort can speed the breakdown of many drugs (including antidepressants and birth control pills) and thereby reduce these drugs’ effectiveness.
Antioxidant supplements, like vitamins C and E, might reduce the effectiveness of some types of cancer chemotherapy.
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