eBook - Low Histamine Cookbook by Emma
Feedback from the cookbook:
"I’ve had problems with my guts/headaches/brain fog/sleeping problems/hives etc for years (since several rounds of IVF followed by an early menopause). I’d already eliminated a lot of foods that I knew triggered reactions (tomatoes, aubergines, nuts, stoned fruit, red kidney beans, blue cheese, red wine) but I had no idea what linked them all. Learning about low histamine explained why I was still getting reactions no matter how carefully I ate".
"I’ve followed the diet for about 5 weeks and feeling much better – best thing is that the brain fog has gone. Your cookbook really helped as everything I found online seemed contradictory. By sticking to your recipes and building my own twists on them I’ve managed to maintain a varied diet. You’ve even given me back some foods - I’d cut out all nuts so finding I can eat pistachios and macadamia nuts was great!"
"Your low histamine cookbook has been a godsend"
Histamine Intolerance and the Low Histamine e-cookbook:
Have you been diagnosed with Histamine Intolerance? Or has a qualified practitioner suggested you follow a Low Histamine Diet?
Then this e-cookbook is for you.
This ebook is downloadable instantly in an easy-to-read PDF style, so you can print off individual recipes if you wish.
Written by Emma Ellice Flint, a qualified nutritionist and chef (more about Emma here).
Emma has combined her passion for delicious healthy food into an ebook for those wanting to follow a Low Histamine Diet.
This recipe book is so good Emma thinks everyone will want to cook from it, not just those with Histamine Intolerance!
She thinks the title could just as easily be The Anti-Inflammatory Cookbook or The Gut Health Cookbook, as it’s packed with recipes to inspire healthy eating.
Feedback from one person who bought the cookbook:
"I just wanted to say how useful I'm finding the Low Histamine Cookbook. For me this is the first I have found a non-US high quality cookbook on eating low histamine with really delicious and practical recipes."
About the cookbook:
The ebook contains over 25 unique recipes including dishes for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Plus sweet dishes and practical recipes for (what Emma calls) add-ons - low histamine bread, sauces, dressings etc.
Oaty Cinnamon Pancakes
Courgette And Basil Fritters
Roast Caraway Cauliflower & Pumpkin With Crunchy Leeks
Fragrant Coconut Greens
Ginger & Coconut Cookies
Many dishes are vegetarian focused with some fish/chicken suggestions.
Included in the e-cookbook is Emma’s Low Histamine Food And Drink Table, helping a person to clearly see what foods are low and high histamine (the table is based on the evidenced-based SIGHI food and drink information and Emma’s clinical experience).
In the Introduction chapter, Emma briefly explains what is known about Histamine Intolerance and her experience working alongside Dr Sarah Ball from Health In Menopause, with Dr Ball's words about histamine intolerance during the perimenopause and menopause.
If you would like to see an example of one of Emma's recipes, similar in style to those that are in the cookbook, then head to her Recipe blog page on her website here, or over to her YouTube channel here.
Please note: This Low Histamine ebook is not Low FODMAPs. Nor can it diagnose Histamine Intolerance. It is important to see your health care practitioner about any symptoms you may be experiencing.
More feedback about the Low Histamine Diet in relation to someone with Long Covid:
"I cannot thank you enough for all your support in my health-journey. When we first met I was feeling so awful, now about a year onwards I do feel I am in a very different place."