When you drink a glass of wine, do you ever notice any of the following reactions?
Histamine is a chemical that your body makes, and it’s also naturally and frequently found in foods and beverages. While excess histamine in your body can behave like an allergy, it’s not an allergy. If you observe two or more typical symptoms of histamine intolerance when consuming high histamine foods or beverages, it is considered a positive diagnosis of histamine intolerance.
Red wine normally contains more histamine than white wine. White wine typically contains between 3 to 120 micrograms of histamine per glass, while red wine contains between 60 and 3,800 micrograms of histamine per glass. While the numbers are quite varied, the result is that red wine can cause some allergy-like problems, similar to an onslaught of trees blooming and a dusting of pollen in April.
If you can’t metabolize histamines in wines, the levels in your body continue to increase. Histamine in low doses guards your body against infectious organisms. But, too much histamine can lead to inflammation in your lungs, nose and skin. It can also increase the likelihood that you will experience shortness of breath, chest tightness and trouble breathing while drinking your favorite glass of red wine. You might even notice that your eyes itch and your throat feels scratchy, or that your digestive system feels uncomfortable.
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