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Migraine, headaches and DAO deficency: causes and symptoms

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Posted the 10 Jan. 2016 – Alimmenta, dietistas nutricionistas – Languaje: Spanish. There are different types of headaches, chronic tension headaches and migraines, with different causes and symptoms. One of the existing types of migraine headaches is due to a shortage of the enzyme diamine oxidase or DAO. The deficit in the DAO enzyme produces high levels…

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Interview to Eulàlia Vidal: histamine intolerance – paratodosla2

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Published the 19 feb. 2015 – paratodosla2 –Nutrición y Salud – Languaje: Spanish.   Eulàlia Vidal, expert in nutrition, speaks about foods that can generate adverse reactions in pleople with histamine intolerance, a molecule that acts in the organism as an hormone and a neurotransmitter and can cause some pathological symptoms. (@paratodosla2 18/02/2015) The intolerance to…

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Intestinal ailments by the deficit of an enzyme? Publication in the journal to Your Health The 6 April 2014

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The lack of Diamine Oxidase (DAO) means that it is not metabolized well histamine, a molecule present in dairy products, seafood or tomato. Their accumulation in the blood causes constipation, diarrhea or bloating, according to the experts… Read more, access the pdf.

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“The future is the prevention through nutrition” Interview to Adriana Duelo, Nutricionist and Specialist in DAO Deficiency. Publicated in El Punt AVUI, monday 31 march 2014 by Gemma Busquets

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“The future is the prevention through nutrition” Interview to Adriana Duelo, Nutricionist and Specialist in DAO Deficiency. Publicated in El Punt AVUI, monday 31 march 2014 by Gemma Busquets. Access the pdf

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Migraine Attacks Shortened by Diamine Oxidase Supplements. Published in medscape by Daniel M. Keller, PhD, Oct 01 2013

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VIENNA, Austria — Preventive treatment with diamine oxidase (DAO), an enzyme that degrades histamine, significantly shortened the duration of migraine attacks and trended toward reducing the number of episodes. Histamine is present in many foods, is released in allergic reactions, and is one of the chemical mediators that contributes to migraine. About 25% of the…

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The enzyme Diamine Oxidase (DAO) can prevent the 90% of migraines

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Posted on 23 sept. 22 Sep 2013 Vienna, (EFE).- AGENCIA EFE – Language: Spanish It has been presented today during the World Congress of Neurology in Vienna the study that relates the majority of cases of migraine with the shortage of the enzyme that metabolizes the molecule histamine. This finding opens the door to the preventive…

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Science and Health, DAO Deficiency. Article published in the journal MON APOTECARI diamine oxidase histamine intolerance

Science and Health, DAO Deficiency. Article published in the journal MON APOTECARI, Num 178, April 2013, by Mary Lodeiro, language: catalan

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Journal MON APOTECARI, Num 178, April 2013, by Mary Lodeiro, language: Catalan. It is estimated that the DAO Deficiency affects 15% of the population, and that this proportion is three times more common in women than in men, so that women have lower genetical activity of  DAO. In adults the predominant symptom is a migraine…

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A Spanish study points to the deficit of diamine oxidase as a possible cause of migraine – Medical Publication of neurology

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On 24 May 2010 in the Medical Journal of neurology (a publication of GlaxoSmithKline and SANITARIA 2000 – with the support of Spanish Society of Neurology) presented the topics addressed during the day to raise awareness of migraine and other vascular headaches, held in the Congress of Deputies of Spain. On this day had presence personalities from the worlds of…

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