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  1. Default Histamine intolerance

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    Hello,

    Does anyone here suffer from histamine intolerance? Which proteins do not cause an allergic reaction to you?

    I've tried many different brands of whey and casein and they all give me a bad headache. The only one I know is okay is brown rice protein. Any others?

    Many thanks!
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    Hi there, welcome to the forums.

    Go here and specifically read the last post. It might be useful, it might not.

    Hope it does help though.

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    Thank you very much for your answer, Wotan! I've been dealing with the histamine intolerance for a while now and I've never heard of the B3 connection, but I'm definitely trying that!

    Does this have it in sufficient amounts? Vitamin B Super Complex from Myprotein

    As you say, B3 is very cheap so it's easy enough to test it.
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    To investigate whether or not it is histamine, you could try a small dose of l-histidine and see what your reactions are. If histidine doesnt trigger a reaction, then i would be doubtful its histamine intolerance
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    The tablets you mention are more than adequate for general purposes but really you probably want something a bit stronger. Try a single 100mg (niacin) tablet by itself and then double it if it doesn't work. If that doesn't work try doubling it again. I used 500mg tablets without a problem and some people I know are on a gram (1000 mg) a day - without a problem.

    It sounds obvious but there are various forms of niacin on the market. You just want the ordinary bog standard stuff - specifically NOT the time release, slow release or "No Flush" varieties.

    Once the flush dies down (less than a week generally) you only need to take it once or twice a week to prevent the histamine from building-up again.
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    Originally Posted by trkac View Post
    Hello,

    Does anyone here suffer from histamine intolerance? Which proteins do not cause an allergic reaction to you?

    I've tried many different brands of whey and casein and they all give me a bad headache. The only one I know is okay is brown rice protein. Any others?

    Many thanks!
    Hi has there been any news on this as I also suffer from histamine intolerance.Is rice protein definitely safe?

    Thanks,
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    Interesting study: Excess nicotinamide increases plasma seroto... [Sheng Li Xue Bao. 2013] - PubMed - NCBI

    It says that excess niacin increases histamine levels. Now im confused?

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