🌸 12 WEEK WONDERLAND PLAN – Phase 2 / Day 7 – Lvl 0 Food Reintroductions

PHASE 2 – DAY 7 – Food Reintroduction Testing
12 Weeks of trying something completely different to help heal and reduce the effects of 6 months of Mast Cell disorder flare ups.

WEEK 2 – REINTRODUCTION PHASE 1
OXALATE REDUCTION – 100mg / day or less
MAST CELL HISTAMINE LIST – reintroduce up to 2 foods/meal that are [0] on the list. Score reactivity.

If minor reaction, retest in another meal to confirm.
If major reaction, note and remove for 4 weeks.

⭕ = contains oxalates
The top chart is Histamine Level
The bottom chart is Oxalate Levels

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MEAL 1
@krogerco Red Snapper
@successrice Tricolor Quinoa ⭕
@misfitsmarket Zucchini ⭕
@birdseye Sweet Bicolor Corn ⭕
@krogerco Salted Butter
🌸 HISTAMINE SCORE: 0️⃣
🥦 OXALATE SCORE: 5️⃣7️⃣
🔥 REACTIVITY SCORE: 0️⃣
✳️ CALORIES: 472

Having a very weird/off day. Didn’t sleep well, ate this about 6pm and didn’t feel like anything else…

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Today I reintroduced / tested:
PROTEINS: Snapper
VEGETABLES: Corn
GRAINS/STARCHES:
DAIRY:
FRUITS:
NUTS/SEEDS:
SPICES/HERBS:
OTHER:
*needs follow up test

🌸 TOTAL HISTAMINE SCORE: 0️⃣
🥦 TOTAL OXALATE SCORE: 5️⃣7️⃣
🔥 REACTIVITY SCORE: 0️⃣
✳️ CALORIES: 472

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🎬 All the details of the days ingredients, tips, tricks, how tos and the occasional cute doggie are in my daily video…🐶🛒👩🏻‍🍳

🍒 Tracking – Calories only – Calorie Command in @iTrackBites

🍽️ GOAL – 4 salad plate meals (no regular big plates, no OMAD [one meal a day] ) – smaller meals to reduce the amount of histamine triggers consumed at one time and limit reactivity during the reintroduction trial phases.

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If you aren’t familiar with my situation, basically I live with several autoimmune issues… an “inflammatory overstimulation response” brought on by my basic blood cells thinking they are Spartan Warriors and attacking everything in sight.

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📚 RESOURCES 📚
MAST CELL ACTIVATION SYNDROME
https://www.mastzellaktivierung.info/en/symptoms.html

FOOD LIST I WILL BE USING
This is a free PDF list but has not been updated since 2016 – I just downloaded and started using the app below and am so thrilled with it.
https://www.mastzellaktivierung.info/downloads/foodlist/21_FoodList_EN_alphabetic_withCateg.pdf

FOOD INTOLERANCE APP
I just discovered this app and it is more than worth the $6.99 (Android) – it is a more updated version of the PDF list above. Google Play gives you 48hrs to request a refund if you don’t like it.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.baliza.hifmcohttps://www.baliza.de/en/apps/oxipur.html

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OXALATE APP I AM USING
Oxalates are tricky. There are several lists out there, many in direct conflict with each other. Some of them are lists of things that were tested more than 40 years ago and it can be extremely difficult to find accurate information.

The best option I have found is from the same developers as the Histamine app. It is an Apple only app but it looks like it is going to be very helpful.
Oxipur (IOS only)
https://www.baliza.de/en/apps/oxipur.html

OXALATE FACEBOOK GROUP
I recently found this group on Facebook specifically for oxalates. They are developing their own list in spreadsheet form. They are having individual foods tested and those results are added to the list directly. This makes it the most accurate information available.

However they have specified that this information is not to be reproduced or shared outside of the group and since it is such a large group, you need to be sure to follow the rules and read the HUGE amount of information created. If you want to be very accurate and clear about the oxalate levels in foods, I would recommend that you join this group.

TRYING LOW OXALATES
https://www.facebook.com/groups/TryingLowOxalates

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WHAT IS HISTAMINE INTOLERANCE?
https://www.healthline.com/health/histamine-intolerance

WHAT IS POTS?
Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome
https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/16560-postural-orthostatic-tachycardia-syndrome-pots

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MY TOP 3 WORST INFLAMMATION TRIGGERS
These are not the same for everyone and in 90% of people they don’t trigger a reaction – but if you are constantly dealing with being bloated, headaches, muscle or joint pain or digestive distress – they may be worth considering as potential inflammation triggers.

ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS
https://www.eatthis.com/artificial-sweeteners-side-effects

WHY “NATURAL FLAVORS” ARE A NO NO FOR ME
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/natural-flavors#TOC_TITLE_HDR_7

CARRAGEENAN (Another big no no)
https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/carrageenan

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