Jojobaöl für juckende Haut
#histaminintoleranz #listentoyourbody #histaminarm #histamineintolerance #glücklichohnehistamin #naturkosmetik #maienfelsernaturkosmetik #vegan #weihnachten #jojoba
Vlt. seid ihr noch auf der Suche nach einem schönen Weihnachtsgeschenk für eure Lieben?
Mit dem Jojobaöl von Maienfelsernaturkosmetik kannst du Haut und Haare auf natürliche Weise pflegen und sicher sein, dass es keine reizenden oder schädlichen Inhaltsstoffen enthält. ,,Fette enthält das Jojobaöl in besonders günstiger Zusammensetzung, sodass die Fettsäuren nicht-fettend sind. Das heißt, dass es sich speziell auch für trockene, strapazierte und juckende Haut eignet. Das flüssige Wachs verbindet sich nämlich mit dem Hauttalg und hilft so, den Feuchtigkeitsgehalt der Haut zu erhöhen.“ Weitere Infos unter: https://utopia.de/ratgeber/jojobaoel-wirkung-und-anwendung-fuer-haut-und-haare/
Ghee selbst machen
#histaminarm #histaminintoleranz #listentoyourbody #histamineintolerance #naturkosmetik #naturkosmetikselbermachen #schwiegermutti #glücklichohnehistamin
Ghee kann nicht nur innerlich sondern auch äußerlich verwendet werden. Bei histaminbedingten Hautausschlag bis zu wunden Hautstellen, kann Ghee schnelle Linderung bringen. Ghee kann die Bildung von Narben und Blasen verhindern und die Wundheilung fördern. In der Gesichtspflege ist es zum Abschminken ebenso ideal anzuwenden wie zur Pflege gereizter und geröteter Haut. Weitere heilsame Wirkungen unter: https://www.zentrum-der-gesundheit.de/ghee-heilwirkung-ia.html
Die Mama meines Freundes war so lieb uns einen kleinen Vorrat mit dem Thermomix herzustellen. https://www.rezeptwelt.de/grundrezepte-rezepte/ghee-ayurved-butterschmalz-fuer-tm-31-und-tm-5/aiu9q40g-ee389-059637-cfcd2-amvphp9j
#histaminintoleranz #histamineintolerance #histaminarm #glücklichohnehistamin #weihnachtskekse #vegan
250gramm Haferflocken klein und fein
100gramm Dinkelmehl Typ 1050
1,5 Teelöffel gemahlener Zimt
0,5 Teelöffel gemahlene Muskatnuss
bis Max. 200ml Wasser
Alle Zutaten mischen, dann das Öl hinzugeben und Wasser nach Bedarf.
Es wird ein sehr klebriger Teig. Am Besten mit Löffeln formen.
200 Grad, 15 Minuten
🌟It wasn’t easy regaining my health! I have a lot of people message me wanting help with their diet but as soon as I tell them what they have to do, they start to make excuses! I never said my life was easy or perfect! I have posted about my struggles getting well and it’s been almost a year and I’m just now seeing a huge breakthrough! In the end it’s your choice! What are you willing to give up temporarily to feel better forever?! It takes discipline and determination to see true healing! It takes GOD! It takes SO much faith! There’s not one person I’ve met who has changed their diet and lifestyle who isn’t spiritual and that’s bc in order to push through you have to believe in something bigger than you! People who have overcome the battle of illness are the most loving, giving, forgiving and humble of all! I’m learning that someone who wants to get better will come to you, not the other way around! Until then I’ll just keep planting seeds until everyone sees the truth! You can heal! God is faithful! No matter how long you’ve left him he’s still right there when you call out to him! He doesn’t turn his back on you just bc you turned yours on him! Which is why they say God is faithful! Can you be that faithful? 🙏🏻❤️
#medicalmedium #medicalmediumprotocol #medicalmediumcommunity #rawvegan #rawveganfood #spiritualawakening #spirit #god #plantbased #plantbaseddiet #plantbasedpower #quotes #quotestoliveby #fruitarian #fruitarianism #healing #healingquotes #lymedisease #histamineintolerance
Story of my everyday life 😂 Just over here being sensitive, don't mind me!
Ich liebe Bratkartoffeln und habe schon länger keine mehr gegessen. Mögt ihr Bratkartoffeln auch so gerne? Diese hier mit Schalotten, Käse und einem Quark- Schafskäse Dip waren super lecker 😍
Das selbstgemachte Kräuter - Knoblauch Öl daneben dient nur zur Deko und ist ein Weihnachtsgeschenk 😄
Habt ihr alle Weihnachtsgeschenke zusammen oder müsst ihr noch shoppen gehen?
👩🏫Posiblemente no sabías qué es; lee atentamente, quizás sea de tu interés. 📖La histamina, es una amina involucrada en el funcionamiento del sistema inmunológico, digestivo y actúa como neurotransmisor en el sistema nervioso central. De manera endógena, se origina a través de las neuronas, células endoteliales y mastocitos. Así mismo, cierta cantidad es aportada por los alimentos. 👩🏫Por lo que, la histaminosis, es la acumulación de histamina por encima de 50-70mg/l en sangre. Una posible causa, es el mal funcionamiento de una enzima digestiva DAO (Diamino Oxidasa) que se halla principalmente en la mucosa intestinal; ella se encarga de degradar y eliminar las moléculas de histamina de forma correcta.
La persona que desarrolla esta condición, presenta los siguientes síntomas: ✔️-Migrañas, mareos, cefaleas
✔️-Colon irritable (estreñimiento o diarrea), enfermedad de Crohn, dolor estomacal, naúseas o vómitos.
✔️-Edemas,urticaria, eccemas y picores
✔️-Congestión nasal, rinitis, asma o estornudos.
✔️-Dolores musculares o Fatiga 👩⚕️Ya que sólo se puede controlar el ingreso exógeno de histamina (por medio de los alimentos), es necesario cumplir con una dietoterapia acorde que permita mejorar o disminuir la sintomatología.
Observa atentamente, como reacciona tu cuerpo, quizás te este avisando que algo no esta funcionando bien.
Busca ayuda, previene; tu bienestar lo vale!! Contacto:🖥️ email@example.com
o vía 📲WhatsApp al número de la descripción del en el perfil. El mejor regalo 🎄🙌que te puedes hacer, es un cambio positivo en tu salud #comeinteligente #alimentacionconsciente
I am consistently being called the supportive friend. I am the person you turn to when you’re in need. I am, after all, a social work clinician - so I did select a profession that allows me to help others. I love and thrive off of helping.... but who do I turn to for help? Who checks up on me? Who randomly gives me calls of encouragement as I struggle though this difficult journey that I am on. Those are the people I will hold close this next year. These are the questions I have been asking myself as the new year approaches.... #support #family #friends #acceptance #selfcare #selflove #migraine #half_full_lemonade #HFL #Glasshalffull #MakeLemonade
Do you food diary? I did religiously for almost a year and a half! It helped me so much at the beginning of my journey. I had become so severely ill with MCAS that I could only tolerate 10-15 whole foods and very few supplements/medications. I kept track of every ingredient in every single thing I ate and consumed or was exposed to, and what reactive symptoms I had as a result. The confusing thing about MCAS is that reactions are different than those of acute allergies which happen right after exposure. MCAS reactions can happen 12-24 hours after the initial exposure. Keeping a detailed diary really helped me track everything and see what all I could tolerate. It also helped me with reintroductions. I would keep track of how much I ate of a new food and how I would react. Now I am tolerating almost all whole foods, although I am still restricting many by choice for various reasons, and my symptoms are much reduced. I stopped tracking my food/medication intake and symptoms back in October because it no longer felt relevant. When I have a reaction now it distinct enough that I can more easily think back to what might have triggered it. But if you are starting out on your journey and feeling overwhelmed, I highly recommend trying journaling! I would do my journaling in 24 periods, each 24 hour period per page. I put food ingredients on one side, supplements/vitamins/herbs/meds on the other, and then symptoms in the middle with approximate times. Then I can look back and notice patterns. #foodjournaling #fooddiary #foodtracking #trackingfood #histamineintolerance #mastcellactivationdisorder #mastcellactivationsyndrome #eliminationdiet
You may have seen me mention histamine intolerance before, or maybe you've seen it on someone else's posts, or on a health blog. For a long time, histamine intolerance was barely talked about but thankfully its finally gaining traction! 🙌
What is it? Histamine is a chemical involved in the digestive, immune and central nervous systems. It causes your blood vessels to dilate so your white blood cells can quickly find the source of a problem and attack. It's a good thing to have around, but too much is no good! A few things can cause your body to have too much histamine. Deficiencies of the HMT or DAO enzymes, eating too much food that is high in histamine or releases it, allergies, and gut problems like leaky gut and SIBO to name a few. And if you fit in multiple of these categories then your a prime candidate for histmaine intolerance! I like the bucket analogy. If your bucket overflows, you develop symptoms. 😕
What are some symptoms?
Irregular menstrual cycles
Nasal and sinus congestion
Tachycardia...(does this remind anyone of POTS?? I'm not saying it's the cause but I know my symptoms get better when I'm diligent about keeping my levels low)
The list goes on! Not only that but your symptoms can be different each time your overflow the bucket, or different things can set off a different reaction. For me, sometimes I get super itchy, or so tired I can barely stay awake, or my inner ear itches like crazy. Oranges make me feel like I have a sinus infection, too much black or green tea makes my head feel funny, and too much chocolate makes me nauseous.😫
Dealing with histamine intolerance has been a PAIN. There's no 100% conclusive list of high histamine foods because everyone can react differently. I took out all the agreed upon ones from my diet for a few months and nothing got better! It took careful attention to what I was eating and how much of it, high doses of a quercetin supplement, and a TON of anti-inflammatory foods to finally get me to a point where I don't react to almost everything! I'm slowly improving but getting there😊
Having my recent stress related eye injury has made me reevaluate how I handle my anxiety and stressful situations. Looking back, having an unexplained chronic illness for so long has been a huge stress in my life.
I’ve internalized so much. Guilt from decisions I’ve made when my brain wasn’t working properly. Reactions in anger toward loved ones from mast cell flares that I didn’t even know I was having. And anger from having my life be so much harder than everyone else’s.
Today I had my first EMDR session. I’ve been working so hard to take care of my body, now it’s time to take care of my mind. I’m hopeful for the future that this will help me move forward into a better version of myself. With multiple chemical sensitivity from MCAS, I have a lot of fear around flares. Even though my body is calming down I still feel severe anxiety at even the sight of a chemical or waft of an unfamiliar smell. Flare fear is a very real thing, resulting in many of us developing PTSD. I need to catch my hyper aware brain up with my healing body.
Does anyone have any positive experiences with EMDR? I’d love to hear from you! 💓
Found this sign in the ground before heading into CVS and thought "Hmmm... that's how I feel about my brain at the moment 😂"
So, yeah! It's a construction area. I'm rebuilding my foundation to be stronger and more stable. I'm keeping unwanted opinions out of my construction. I'm making weird ass faces to keep things humorous.
Just trying to keep things light and trying to find metaphors and explanations for what I'm going through when the moment calls for it 😉
Did you know that estrogen/progesterone and histamine are intimately related 🤷🏽♀️?
Women may notice PMS such as brain fog 🤦🏽♀️, bloating, and headaches- if they are worse around your period, you are likely dealing with a hormonal 🙋🏼♀️ issue that could also be related to high histamine.
Estrogen surges ⬆️ occur before ovulation (follicular phase). Estrogen stimulates mast cells to release histamine, while also reducing ⬇️ DAO (the enzyme that breaks down histamine). Release of histamine stimulates the body to release more estrogen via a surge in LH.
However, there is a surge 📈 in progesterone following ovulation (or the peak in estrogen) and progesterone can inhibit histamine secretion as well as upregulate DAO. So this should balance things out right 🤷🏼♀️?
Unfortunately, the reason that PMS occurs, is due to too high estrogen, and too low progesterone-- two ✌🏽of the main causes of PMS. Add high histamine on top of that and the body is unable to control itself 😓. You are then thrown into this cycle of elevated estrogen, elevated histamine, and decreased progesterone-- making things like PMS way worse 💢.
Symptoms of Estrogen Dominance include:
🔹Lots of clots during the period
Estrogen dominance is common due to diet 🥡, birth control use, and environmental exposures-- things like soy are very estrogenic. Other xenoestrogens include: some makeup 💄, anti-aging products, other foods, and lotions.
Eating cruciferous vegetables like brussel sprouts and broccoli 🥦 can help to reduce histamine and estrogen. Check beauty products for toxic chemicals or added hormones, and try to reduce ⬇️ stress levels.
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This month's work focuses on easy tips to help you reduce #histamine
. Click on the hashtag quest4vitality above for more ideas on the subject.
Continuing on the analogy of the rain barrel, this week's idea zeroes in on one way to reduce the amount of rain going in the rain barrel.
I love them so. HOWEVER. When you have histamine issues, those fermented foods can add to your woes.
See, ferments are high in histamines. This is true of vinegars (ferments!), sauerkraut, kimchi, yogurt, cheese, aged meats like salami, anything that is allowed to 'culture' for a time with bacteria in order to develop the ferment.
Taking ferments out of your diet for a short time will help reduce how much rain is coming in to your rain barrel. An important step in improving that whole rain barrel function.
The tricky part here is that fermented foods also help to reduce inflammation at the gut level, supporting the liver for improved function and nourishing the adrenals. And looking after these is an important step in reducing histamine troubles. This is why it's tricky.
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This tea is the shit. I love the taste of ginger so much, and it has plenty of medicinal purposes too, with helping stomach upset being my personal fave.
I'm finally over my little jaunt with my virus and tonsil attack, but I still have a little sore throat. Ginger tea to the rescue! It's a comfort thing for me 💜😍
Had maybe the best dessert of my life at Rockwall Grill & Bistro in the form of this salted egg lava cake sitting on a bed of sable crunch. It tasted very similar to the salted egg yolk custard bun you get on dim sum trolleys – swipe left for a shot of the salted egg custard oozing out 🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤 This, consumed after a medley of Chinese Malaysian dishes, resulted in FIVE BLOATS
Branched out from my usual favourite banana leaf place, Devi’s, and visited Paandi’s for one of their most famous dishes – fried fish egg (not pictured). It was so good I’ll be adding Paandi’s to the regular list of must-visit places when in KL. Surprisingly only got ONE BLOAT from this – a goddamn miracle
Do you ALWAYS get the sniffles or a seemingly bad cold in December? It could be more than just being rundown.
For years, at our old farmhouse in upstate New York, decorating a just-chopped Christmas tree was a beloved holiday ritual. 🎄We would put the tree up on or around my birthday (Dec. 11th) and leave it up through the first week of January. I loved the scent of balsam wafting through the house, stringing the lights and festooning our tree with beautiful ornaments.
I usually had the sniffles in December 🤧; it would escalate throughout the month; often, I ended up with a sinus infection. *
It wasn’t until several years ago when I had several violent sneezing attacks in the house, close to the tree, that I finally got it: I was allergic to the Christmas tree. 😧
I did not want to believe it! As it turns out, if you have a mold allergy (which I do) or sensitivity to mold, you are likely to experience some degree of Christmas Tree Syndrome (yes, it’s a real syndrome!). Live Christmas tree are carriers of mold. Hot lights and central heating also facilitate mold growth while the tree is in the house.
Could you have Christmas Tree Syndrome? Check out my post for more info; go to this link (cut and paste)➡️ http://bit.ly/ChristmasTreeSyndrome
#hashimotos #christmastree #christmastreesyndrome #xmastree #xmastree
🎄 #kathrynmatthews_nutrition #holidaytips #homefortheholidays #healthyholiday #healthychristmas #runnynose #allergic #allergy #sneezing #unwell #sinus #sinusinfection #mold #moldallergy #nontoxicliving #nontoxichome #histamine #histamineintolerance #allergytrigger #immunehealth
Die Weihnachtszeit ist dieses Jahr besonders schlimm für mich... Ich habe sehr starken Appetit auf Kekse 🍪🍪🍪 Also muss eine Variante her, die zwar auch nicht für die schlanke Linie ist, doch viel besser als das Zucker-Zeug, was es so zu kaufen gibt. Und, so weiß ich auch was wirklich drin ist.
Leider gehen sie dazu auch noch sehr schnell, sodass eigentlich immer mal kurz Zeit ist, welche zu machen, wenn ich wieder alle aufgefuttert habe 😋
Natürlich heißt es immer in Maßen und ausreichend bewegen.
Wünsche euch einen schönen Abend 🍪🍪🍪
Olives can be added in at the later stages of the GAPS diet. They are a great low carb, high fat snack. Although they may not be a good choice for people with severe histamine intolerance, to make them safer for histamine issues you can find ones cured in salt water, rather than vinegar or refined vegetable oils and preservatives. #olives #ketofoods #ketosnacks #wholefoodsdiet #lowcarbhighfat #histamineintolerance