Nuts & Seeds - (62) products


Level Product Description Histamine Other Amines Liberator Blocker Oxalate Lectin Pesticide
Brazil nuts Maximum 3-4 nuts / day. Histamine releaser - - - - - -
Rice milk - - - - - - - -
Almonds with peel Very high oxalate - - - - -
Chia Seeds - - - - - - -
Coconut meat, fresh - - - - - - - -
Hemp seeds - - - - - - -
Sesame seeds - - - - - - -
chia (Salvia hispanica) - - - - - - - -
Blanched almonds Very high oxalate - - - - - -
Coconut milk Only 100% coconut milk. No additives - - - - - - -
Macadamias If more than 1/4 cup. Histamine releaser - - - - - -
earth almond Actually not a nut, but tuber (thickening of stolons) - - - - - - -
psyllium seed husks (Plantago ovata) Can be useful both for constipation as well as diarrhea. - - - - - - -
Hemp milk - - - - - - - -
Flax - - - - - - - -
Pumpkin seeds - - - - - - -
ispaghula, psyllium seed husks Can be useful both for constipation as well as diarrhea. - - - - - - -
Pecans If more than 1/4 cup. Histamine releaser - - - - - -
nut grass Actually not a nut, but tuber (thickening of stolons) - - - - - - -
tiger nut sedge Actually not a nut, but tuber (thickening of stolons) - - - - - - -
pumpkin seeds - - - - - - - -
Hazelnuts Histamine releaser - - - - - -
pistachio - - - - - - - -
Sunflower - - - - - - -
Almond milk - - - - - - - -
isabgol, psyllium seed husks Can be useful both for constipation as well as diarrhea. - - - - - - -
Pistachios If more than 1/4 cup. Histamine releaser - - - - - -
Brazil nut Max. 1-2 nuts per day are a good source of selenium - - - - - - -
macadamia - - - - - - - -
Hemp protein powder - - - - - - -
Pine nuts - - - - - - -
chufa sedge (Cyperus esculentus) Actually not a nut, but tuber (thickening of stolons) - - - - - - -
yellow nutsedge Actually not a nut, but tuber (thickening of stolons) - - - - - - -
hazelnut - - -
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yeast (fresh, dried, in all forms) Well tolerated when produced under perfect hygienic conditions. Exceptions: baked goods with a long dough fermentation time may be intolerated. High content of glutamic acid (see glutamate). - - - - - - -
white button mushroom - -
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cashew nut - -
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pine nuts Several species. Maybe not all of them with the same compatibility? - -
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almond Small amounts are well tolerated. May cause e.g. sleep problems. - - - - - - -
sesame May cause diarrhea in some cases - - - - - - -
chufa sedge (Cyperus esculentus), roasted Actually not a nut, but tuber (thickening of stolons) - -
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peanuts - - - - - - - -
morel - - - - - - - -
mushrooms, different types - - - - - - - -
porcino mushroom (Boletus edulis) - - - - - - - -
cep - - - - - - - -
Wakame seaweed Extremely rich in iodine - -
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Nori seaweed Extremely rich in iodine - -
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Walnuts Histamine releaser - - - - - -
Kombu seaweed Extremely rich in iodine - -
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brown algae, algae Extremely rich in iodine - -
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Dried coconut - - - - - - - -
kelp, seaweed, algae Extremely rich in iodine - -
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Cashew nuts Histamine releaser - - - - -
walnut - -
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green algae, algae Extremely rich in iodine - -
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red algae, algae Extremely rich in iodine - -
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Almond paste - - - - - - - -
seaweed, seaweed Extremely rich in iodine - -
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nuts Uneven. See individual species. - - - - - - -
Peanuts - - - - - -
seaweeds and seaweed derivatives Extremely rich in iodine - -
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