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Chronic Hives and Diet: The Debate Over What To Eat

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what to eat?
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Recording what you eat.
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Food is considered a possible trigger for hives


Debating research results.
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Fact or myth? The connection between food and chronic hives is highly debated


Avoiding foods due to possible hives breakout.
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Many hives patients believe certain foods are triggers and avoid eating them


histamine molecule.
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Can a low histamine diet decrease chronic hives symptoms?


Ich on arm mystery hives
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Up for debate: The role of histamines and histamine intolerance in chronic hives


Epipen in lunch incase of food allergy exposure.
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The difference between food allergy and histamine intolerance


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Can a low-histamine diet help reduce chronic hives?


Salmon fillet with a lemon wedge for a low histamine diet.
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A low histamine diet limits food options


Doctors debating
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Up for debate: Are diet restrictions ineffective?


Mythical concept
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Are pseudo allergies a myth?


So little to choose from
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Should people with chronic hives limit their diets?


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An international debate


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Doctors in different regions of the world have differing views on low-chemical diets


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Rachel Zohn

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Rachel Zohn is a mom, a wife, and a freelance writer who is striving to find the best way to juggle it all and maintain a sense of humor. She is a former newspaper reporter with a deep interest in writing about all things related to health, wellness and the human body. She enjoys writing about various health topics, including skin conditions such as eczema, different types of cancer and seasonal allergies.