How to use Histame
Hundreds of thousands of Europeans have already been helped with the Diamine Oxidase ingredient in Histame
Already available and sought after throughout Europe, Naturally Vitamins’ new dietary ingredient (NDI), the Diamine Oxidase (DAO) enzyme, was acknowledged by the Food and Drug Administration in 2008. This breakthrough achievement offers hope to millions of Americans who suffer from histamine food intolerance.
Histame naturally helps discomforts caused by food intolerance
Histame is for people whose doctors have decided that their discomfort is caused by intestinal food intolerance, a non-immune system-based occurance.
Histame is the first product available in the US that degrades histamine that can cause food intolerance by replenishing the body’s digestive enzyme DAO.*
Histamine is a widely distributed biogenic amine, found in many foods. DAO, the intestinal tract histamine-degrading enzyme, breaks down ingested histamine, thus helping to lower overall histamine levels. A deficiency of DAO can cause an increase histamine exposure inside the body, which may result in symptoms of histamine food intolerance including digestive problems. This dietary supplement is clinically shown to degrade the histamine levels in the body (lower intestine) unlike antihistamines which only block the histamine.*
How to take Histame
For optimal results, take 1 to 2 Histame capsules within 15 minutes of consuming histamine-rich foods/substances known to cause food intolerance. Since the main ingredients have been developed to be stomach acid-resistant, you can open the capsules and swallow the ingredients (if preferred to swallowing capsules).
Who should take Histame
Histame is not intended for those who have immune system-related food allergies.
Warnings and when to ask a health care professional
Histame is not effective with immune system-based food allergies, or with peanut or wheat gluten allergies. Ask a health care professional before use, or if you are taking antihistamines. Keep out of reach of children. Stop use and ask a health care professional if your food intolerance symptoms continue or worsen. Check with your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing.