Probiotics for histamine intolerance
Probiotics for histamine intolerance include lactic acid-forming bacteria that occur in their natural form in the intestine and support it optimally. The best-known probiotic bacteria are lactobacilli and bifido bacteria. They settle in the mucous membranes of our digestive system and ensure that the natural intestinal flora can fight off foreign and unwanted germs.
This ability makes the intestine the body's own defense system and thus makes up the main component of our immune system. The more "good" bacteria there are in our digestive system, the stronger our defenses are against pathogens and toxins. If, on the other hand, there are changes in the intestinal mucos, if there is an imbalance present, or if our intestinal barrier is weakened, then pathogens, allergens, and toxins have a good chance of entering our body through the intestine and weakening it.
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How do probiotics help with histamine intolerance?
Probiotics for histamine intolerance protect the sensitive intestinal mucous membranes, ward off pathogens, and stabilize the immune system. The intestine and the intestinal bacteria enter into a symbiosis with each other and work in close exchange with each other for our health. This symbiosis can easily be disturbed through poor nutrition, stress, lack of sleep or the intake of medication. An imbalance then develops in the intestine: the number of "bad" bacteria exceeds that of the "good" bacteria. Due to the disturbed balance of the intestinal flora, the intestinal mucos can be attacked and even become permeable. This seriously weakens our immune defenses.
People with histamine intolerance, in particular, struggle with a reduced absorption capacity of the intestine. This problem can often be alleviated by taking probiotics for histamine intolerance.
People with histamine intolerance usually cannot eat fermented foods, i.e., natural probiotics such as yogurt, kefir, and sauerkraut, because histamine is formed at the same time during the fermentation process. Therefore, it is so important, especially in histamine intolerance, to take in these missing probiotic bacteria by other ways. In this way, a balanced intestinal flora can be built up, the intestine is healthy, and the entire body benefits.
Probiotics are also important for those suffering from food intolerances. In the case of an intestinal disease or long-lasting symptoms, it is always advisable to provide a stool test to your doctor in which intestinal flora is examined in detail and the missing bacteria are identified. This way, the individual needs of the intestine can be considered.
The intestine can calm down during this time and is enriched with "good" bacteria. These then provide ample support in the intestine so that the intestine can once again effectively perform all its important tasks.
Probiotics, especially lactobacilli and bifidobacteria, have characteristics that can be helpful in histamine intolerance. They can reduce the pathological permeability of the intestinal mucos, rebuild the intestinal flora, and thus strengthen the body's immune defense. In addition, probiotics influence the signaling effect of histamine and can thus work against an unwanted excessive reaction of the immune system (in the case of histamine intolerance, the release of histamine).
Suitable probiotics for histamine intolerance
Which are suitable probiotics for histamine intolerance?
Probiotics are not only effective for allergies, for strengthening the immune system or repairing damage caused by antibiotics. Probiotics could also be a useful supplement for histamine intolerance.
Fructo-Biotic was developed for this purpose. It is low-FODMAP friendly, completely sugar-free, and made without inulin. Various lactic acid bacteria support a healthy intestinal flora and increase the amount of good bacteria. The probiotic bacteria cultures in the Fructo-Biotic ferment drink enter the intestine alive. Regular intake is recommended so that the bacteria from Fructo-Biotic can settle in the intestine. A course of treatment over a few weeks is recommended initially. After that, regular supplementation of Fructo-Biotic is recommended.