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Histazyme contains DAO, which actually breaks down histamine. If you have an issue with histamine intolerance, try Histazyme today.
Histamine Intolerance (HI) is more common than you may think. I can’t tell you how often I speak with patients and discover that the source of many of their health challenges turns out to be histamine intolerance. After lab testing rules out autoimmunity, and other larger issues, I often find that the mysterious source of my patient’s neuropathy, headaches, sinus issues, and more, all boils down to this sometimes difficult-to-detect issue.
The foods you eat may be aggravating your symptoms. If you find that certain foods seem to be triggering headaches, dizziness, flushing in the face, neuropathy, sinus issues and more, then histamine intolerance may be the culprit. Foods and beverages such as red wine, avocados, green and black tea, most citrus, and meats that are not very fresh such as aged steaks, hamburger that was ground several days ago, or fish that isn’t freshly caught can all be either high in histamine itself, or histamine liberating, i.e. they free histamine from other proteins. They may also block the activity of DAO, the enzyme which is responsible for breaking down histamine in the gut.
Histazyme works like a charm. If you’ve been told that you have an intolerance to dietary histamine, or have discovered that fact out for yourself, following a low histamine diet can assist you in managing uncomfortable symptoms. However, it is sometimes not possible to eat low histamine, especially when dining out at a restaurant, at a friend's house, or when traveling or on vacation. Taking Histazyme up to 15 minutes before a meal can help break down ingested dietary histamine, thereby eliminating the histamine buildup and immune response and uncomfortable symptoms associated with it.
Histazyme is a great choice for those who:
Suggested Use: Take one to two tablets no more than 15 minutes before the consumption of histamine-rich foods. Consult your physician before use.
Contents: 60 Tablets
Warning: Consult your healthcare practitioner before use, especially if you are pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid if allergic to pork or any other ingredient. Histazyme is NOT EFFECTIVE for symptoms of immune-related food allergies, such as peanuts, shellfish, etc., or for gluten intolerance due to sensitivity or celiac disease. Store away from heat and moisture.
DOES NOT CONTAIN: Gluten, wheat, dairy, soy, GMOs, or yeast.
Will Histazyme help break down histamine in my bloodstream and nervous system?
The enzyme in Histazyme, diamine oxidase (DAO), does not absorb intestinally and therefore does not work systemically. I formulated Histazyme to break down food-derived histamine only. This means that you can take it before meals to help break down histamine in the gut, but it will not exert its histamine digesting effects systemically or throughout the body.
Can Histazyme help with IgE or IgG immune response related to food allergies the way an antihistamine can?
I want to be perfectly clear about this topic as I do not wish anyone to believe that Histazyme is an “antihistamine” which is a class of drugs regulated by the FDA. The enzyme in Histazyme, DAO, is not absorbed and does not have systemic activity. Because of this, Histazyme does not manage or address antibody-related or IgE-related food allergies. Histazyme is NOT EFFECTIVE for symptoms of immune-related food allergies, such as peanuts, shellfish, etc., or for gluten intolerance due to sensitivity or celiac disease.
Where does the DAO enzyme in Histazyme come from?
The DAO enzyme in my Histazyme formula is sourced from Europe and is a porcine glandular extract. This means that if you are in any way allergic to pork, or avoid pork for spiritual or other reasons, you will want to avoid Histazyme as well.
† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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