Low histamine works for me too, and absolutely no dairy. Dairy was my biggest trigger. I have PCOS with elevated testosterone levels. Water intake makes a difference for me too. You don't need to go overboard with water though, not to be gross but once your pee is just about clear then you're good. If you notice it being yellow/darker, then have some more water. I found that 60-80 oz a day was good for me, but I'm a very short person with a sedentary lifestyle. It's interesting though, you have to test everything. I think it's better to test one trigger at a time to really discover what seems to be connected to your breakouts.
I used this list for a histamine aid: http://www.histamine...y/the-food-list
and kimber, some nuts ended up being a trigger for me because of the histamine level. Cashews are a big no for me.
Yes, I totally agree with everything.
Cashews made my throat swell up (which never happened before I developed a histamine issue), so that was the last time I had them. Almonds are fine for me, though.