What is Histamine Intolerance?
An estimated 1% of the population lives with histamine intolerance, most of which have never even heard of it.
Histamine is a compound naturally found in our food, environment, and even within our own body, so it’s pretty unavoidable. It’s also what’s behind seasonal allergies (hence anti-histamine medication).
Most people break down histamine just fine - but, those with histamine intolerance tend to break it down more slowly, causing higher than normal levels of histamine to hang around in the body.
The result is allergy-like symptoms such as hives, sinus issues, digestive distress, anxiety and more.
But, don’t worry, there’s plenty that can be done and I’m here to show you how!
I’m Anita, a nutritional scientist specializing in histamine intolerance. Don’t worry, I’m not some internet kook pushing another fad diet - I’m actually very qualified.
I have a Master of Science in Personalized Nutrition, a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and over a decade of experience working with some of the world’s leading health companies.
I specialize in histamine intolerance because I personally suffered from it.
During this time, I dug deep into all of the histamine intolerance research available, and created myself a 100% science-backed natural approach to resolve histamine intolerance. And, it worked!
I’ve been enjoying my tomatoes and chocolate symptom-free for the last 7 years, and that’s what I’m here to help you with, too.
At Fact vs Fitness, we’re all about fixing things from the root.
The resources we provide are 100% science-backed and help you to identify and target the underlying cause of your intolerance, to not only relieve histamine intolerance symptoms, but to improve the overall health of your body and mind.
So, on top of being able to eat more foods, you can expect supercharged gut health, improved immune health, balanced hormones, enhanced energy and better overall mood.
All of these principles have been thoughtfully applied to create our foundation course, How I Solved My Histamine Intolerance, which has improved the lives of 4500+ people to date.