One article by Cleveland Clinic lists over 18 treatments targeting different histamine receptors, and there are currently more than 100 such over-the-counter and prescription medications available on the market. So what is the big deal? Roughly 1% of the US population has histamine intolerance, and of those three million people, 80% are middle-aged. In the pediatric community, there seems to be a demand for non-histamine producing products as well.

Is this something to be concerned about? Or is this just another fad to push certain products, diets, or lifestyle packages. To answer this question, we need to look at how the body works and try to figure out where the glitch lies in order to be respectful to our physiology and biochemistry before putting ourselves through unnecessary regimens….

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