Description of Histame, Food Intolerance Support, 30 Capsules, Naturally Vitamins
Naturally Vitamins Histame, Food Intolerance Support
- For Non-Immune System-Based Food Intolerance.
- Naturally helps discomfort from: Pizza, Tomatoes, Wine/Beer, Processed/Smoked Fish, Aged Cheeses, Bananas, Chocolate, More...
- Clinically Shown with Diamine Oxidase.
Histame® - Clinically Shown to Regulate Histamine Levels with Diamine Oxidase!
Countless numbers of people suffer from food sensitivity and intolerance - often without being aware of it. Food Intolerance is an adverse reaction to foods rich in histamine, or the inability to thoroughly digest food due to lack of proper amounts of Diamine Oxidase (DAO) enzymes. Effects can range from common digestive system problems including abdominal pain and spasms, diarrhea, constipation and flatulence, to headaches and skin rash.
Histame is the first product worldwide that decreases histamine levels that 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*.
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Diamine Oxidase Protein Concentrate (porcine kidney) at 10,000 HDU (Histamine Degrading Units) 0.3 mg
Other Ingredients: Calcium carbonate, microcrystalline cellulose, modified plant cellulose, sucrose, ascorbic acid, cornstarch, shellac, hydroxypropyl cellulose, polyvinylpolypyrrolidone, hydrated magnesium silicate, acetylated starch, sodium carbonxymethylcellulose, glycerol.
Free of: Lactose, wheat, and gluten.
Take one (1) or two (2) capsules no more than 15 minutes before the consumption of products causing food intolerance.
Warnings: This product 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. 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.
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