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The vitamin C I take from my local health food store is a chewable/acerola cherry disc with no corn. I need to purchase more and cannot remember the name but it is not expensive. I will get some this weekend and report back.
I don't worry going without because I also take NAP's Proberry caps.
Good to know the list of high histamine foods! Thanks.


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Histamine sufferers, what kinds of symptoms do you experience?
I was emailing with a friend who gets lots of different symptoms and she can't tell what causes what.
I'm curious as I had hayfever since age 3 and wonder if some of my symptoms might be connected to this.
thanks, Lin


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Quoted from ABJoe

I focus on beneficial foods that contain Vitamin C because I couldn't find Vit. C supplement that I could take and afford.


I do the same thing because all commercial C formulas contain avoids.  I take a whole lemon and squeeze it into water, add 1/2 of grapefruit cut into sections and a whole kiwi...blend, drink.  A great whole food vitamin C cocktail.


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Check out third paragraph where it says that curcumin is a natural anti-histamine.

http://www.turmericinfo.com/curcumin_anti-inflamatory.html


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Not a day goes by that I don't eat some turmeric!! I think it is wonderful!! If I were eating something that turmeric wouldn't work with, I would simply take a capsule of it sometime during the day!!


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