Hello -

Some of the gut symptoms of histamine intolerance are remarkably similar to that of IBS.

There may also be some direct links between histamines and IBS. Histamines are released from mast cells, and people with IBS tend to have mast cells that are easily activated in the gut. When mast cells are activated they can trigger the pain response in the brain. And remember, IBS is defined as a brain-gut disorder.

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Heather

Heather Van Vorous
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