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Welcome to You Season with Love!! I’m glad you are here and I hope you enjoy looking around. Check out my recent posts below and check out my other pages for why this blog exists, resources I’ve found helpful and recipes. I wish you good health, good food and a great life!  ~ Tina

Diamine Oxidase Enzyme Supplements

I first wrote about Diamine Oxidase enzyme supplements in this post. (In a nutshell, diamine oxidase is an enzyme your body makes to break down ingested histamine. If your body…

More Histamine Intolerance Resources

I’ve written a couple of posts on Histamine Intolerance, since I *think* that is part of what I am dealing with. Those posts can be found here. I have since…

Tomato Free Marinara Sauce

It was easy to take my No Tomato “Tomato” Sauce and create a No Tomato Marinara Sauce. Simply saute a little garlic, add the No Tomato “Tomato” Sauce and some…

Oh the Difference Food Makes

This has been a very interesting month for me food wise. I’ve known for some time that food can make me sick. I’ve experienced it with almonds, peanuts, rice, wheat,…

No Tomato “Tomato” Sauce

When I first saw a recipe online for a tomato free “tomato” sauce, I was skeptical. I didn’t think it was possible to come up with a good tasting “tomato”…

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Two Food Intolerance Books Worth a Look

I recently came across two good books that I enjoyed reading. The first book is Change Your Diet and Change Your Life written by Sharla Race.  The second book, written by James…

Histamine Intolerance

  When I first read Janice Joneja’s book, Dealing with Food Allergies, I didn’t think I had histamine intolerance. Now, I wonder if that is part of my problem. I saw a…

What is Gluten?

Gluten is something that many people are trying to avoid these days….even if they don’t know what gluten is. I am avoiding wheat (a gluten containing grain) because when I…

Traveling While on an Elimination or Special Diet

Have sweet potatoes, will travel. That seems to be my current mode of operation. Since I challenged wheat, rice and baked potatoes (which all failed) I’m left with sweet potatoes…

Nutrition in the News – April 2014

Diet Soda Consumption Associated with Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Problems in Older Women Research presented at the 63rd Annual Scientific Session of the American College of Cardiology showed an association…

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