Sunday, April 8, 2012

Hives, Fungus and Histamine

Food that may trigger Hives
Dr Fateh Srajeldin BSc., ND
416-207-0207

Over the past 20 years, I found that hives are triggered by certain food consumption in the chronic presence of fungus in the body. This is hypersensitivity not an allergy to the food list below, rather it is the presence of a food item from the list below with an existing chronic presence of fungus. The presence of certain food, plus the presence of fungus (α toxin) trigger the body to release histamine as protective measure. The abundance release of histamine appears on the skin as hives. Therefore, any treatment that targets histamine stoppage is a band aid not a treatment. The treatment should address diet and fungus control. Those patients who are suffering from hives and were told by their physician that they have allergies, are advised to refrain from eating the following histamine associated foods. Any consumption of the following food would mean restarting the allergy reaction episodes. Patients suffering from allergies should be most careful and most cautious. Allergies vocabularies do not contain such phrases “I forgot”, “I did not think it will affect me”


Type of food
Dairy Products
Grains
Fruits
Vegetables
Sea Food
Nuts
Others
Causes Itch
●Cheese
●Egg
●Milk
●Wheat
●Berries
●Tomatoes
●Fish
●Shellfish
●Nuts
●Chocolate
Uncooked food Release Histamine
●Egg whites

●Pineapple
●Strawberries
●Tomatoes
●Fish
●Shellfish
●Anchovies

●Alcohol●Chocolate
High in Histamine
●All Aged protein
●Fermented foods, Fermented products
●Uncooked fermented cheese (Brie, Cheddar, Camembert, Gruyere, Parmesan, Roquefort),
●Beef sausage, Pork sausage, Ham, Canned fish, Chicken, Fin fish, Shellfish, Milk (e.g., Cow, Goat), Chocolate, Red wine, Beer, Brewer's yeast, Sauerkraut, Soy, Spinach, Tomato,
●All fermented Vegetables (pickles)

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