Paleo diet is by definition low(er) carb and high(er) fat. Could the fat we eat contribute to histamine intolerance? According to this study it may be. Anyone has ccess to full text to see what kind of fat was used?
asked bymatthew_4 (358)
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on January 19, 2014
at 06:39 AM
Histamine intolerance usually comes and goes. My husband got some of it after he went to Europe and was exposed to different bugs there. He ate gluten-free there, as he does at home. And yet, he came back with histamine intolerance that lasted almost 1.5 months. The problem went away all by itself ever since. He still eats the same way.
Personally, I don't think that "many Paleo folks" have histamine intolerance. Some do. But judging from this site and various other similar forums I read, I don't see it as being too common. Gluten intolerance is vastly more common, according to reports here and elsewhere.