^ Don't worry, you have nothing at all to be upset about . I understand the frustration entirely, and I can definitely tell that you are doing your best. Do not be afraid of most vegetables when it comes to your gut. For now, do your best cutting out the sugary and grainy/breaded foods and see IF you can clear the milk as well. There is still plenty of food to work with in the world and you have much more time than you think to keep away from foods and see if progress happens. When I was waiting and not at a period where my diet was changing, I just went for walks, red a book, played some games, watched a few movies, etc... did whatever until a month or so was up. It took me a long, long time, and too many fast changes may be confusing and harsh on yourself. It's alright to go on an elimination diet, but gradual changing is far more stress-free and permanent and easier to see what's going on. It's true that I too was adding to my changes little by little, but once I hit a period where I thought I was ok, I waited a few weeks more. I too was not very accurate and had no idea what to do next, but I never gave up and kept on learning and exploring as much as I could. There is no need to stress out or worry about anything . Acne hides and the big spots the a long time to go away. It may have been triggered by something a few weeks ago, or many it's still just the normal state of your hormones or gut.
I use to ask the people in the grocery stores for help like that too, and any information was better than none. People can be very helpful and even insightful, and I even ran into people in the store or at coffee shops who would talk to me as well. Networking is well worth it and nothing to be shy about at all.
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My tomato allergy causes the histamines to go out of control in my body too... that's why I get the rash I do. Histamines, as we both know, swell up the skin to stop infections from spreading, which is why we get red bumps after mosquito bites. Those are basically histamines at work. What you need to do is find what is over producing your histamines, not trying to stopping them entirely. Eating low histamine foods is a great thing you've been exploring... I honestly didn't really notice until now that I was not eating the majority of high histamine foods myself.
From that website's list, I don't think mushrooms, spinach, avocados and home made water kefir (http://users.sa.char...l#Kefir-history) are a problem, but that is only my personal experience. And I already eat a lot of herbs and spices... that's how I flavor many of my foods. I have no doubt that fresh parsley, cilantro, thyme, sage, turmeric, etc... have been very healthy for the skin and can be for anyone's skin really.