Have you ever experienced sudden hunger and a sugar drop just a few hours after eating? In some circumstances, the cause is histamine intolerance and mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS).
There is a link between histamine and blood sugar levels. Research shows that blood sugar imbalances can increase histamine levels. And, MCAS and histamine intolerance can contribute to diabetes and insulin resistance. Stabilizing your blood sugar levels is always important, but it is necessary to improve MCAS symptoms and histamine intolerance.
Let’s take a look at the connection between histamine, blood sugar levels, histamine intolerance, and MCAS in addition to how they are related to prediabetes, diabetes, and insulin resistance. Let’s also take a look at some natural strategies for blood sugar imbalances and histamine intolerance.
What is blood sugar?
Blood sugar or blood glucose is the primary sugar found in your blood. Blood glucose
Blood glucose is the main sugar found in your blood. Blood glucose comes from the food and drinks you consume. Your blood delivers glucose to your cells for energy. Insulin helps with moving the glucose into your cells. Keeping your blood sugar stable is crucial. If it’s too high or too low, it’s a problem.
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