Theoretical Diet Exploration for Histamine Issues

Working off Alison Vickery’s associated bacteria list for histamine producing bacteria, I added a feature to the histamine page — I took all of these bacteria and used the website AI to look for things that they may have in common.

There appear to be a pattern — some highlights are below. Including children/parents did result is some dramatic shifts:

I will leave it to readers to explore further.

Item    Action    Avoid Weight    Take Weight

glyphosphate
Take 0 8 –> 11

berberine
Take 0 7 -> 0

laminaria hyperborea
Take 0 6 –> 11

magnesium-deficient diet
Take 0 6 -> 9

sucralose
Take 0 6

chemotherapy
Take 2 6

high fat diet
Take 2 6

laminaria digitata
Avoid 3 0

proton-pump inhibitors
Avoid 3 0

arabinoxylans
Avoid 3 0

chicory
Avoid 3 0

chondrus crispus
Avoid 3 0

fructo-oligosaccharides
Avoid 3 0

green tea
Avoid 3 0

inulin
Avoid 3 0

jerusalem artichoke
Avoid 3 0

ketogenic diet
Avoid 3 0

red wine
Avoid 5 0

resveratrol
Avoid 7 1

almonds/ almond skins
Avoid 6 0

daesiho-tang
Avoid 6 0

magnesium
Avoid 6 –> 9 0

navy bean
Avoid 8 -> 11 0

sesame cake/meal
Avoid 8 -> 11 0

 The above is strictly a conceptual exploration assuming that the cause is a microbiome shift. Many of the items may initially trigger histamine release.

This is an education post to facilitate discussing this approach with your medical professionals. It is not medical advice for the treatment of CFS. Always consult with your medical professional before doing any changes of diet, supplements or activity. Some items cites may interfere with prescription medicines.