Belcher Gastronomique

A cheerily unalphabetical dictionary of food terms

Histadelia

Histadelia is the term used to describe an excess of Histamine in the body. This condition is often caused by Gut Dysbiosis and an excess of histamine-producing bacteria such as the Proteus family, the E.coli family and Staphylococci. Though histamine is produced by certain bacteria present in a healthy gut, the overgrowth of opportunistic bacteria can lead to excess histamine production in a way that cannot be adequately regulated. When this happens a number of symptoms are common. These include allergies, low blood pressure, excessive production of body fluids such as saliva, dysfunction of the hypothalamus, hormonal changes and PMS, emotional instability, sleep abnormalities and addictions. Histadelia was found by Dr Carl Pfeiffer to be common in many people with depression, schizophrenia, addictions and autism.

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