Restoring the gut lining and maintaining a healthy balance of gut microbiome is an important aspect. Â
ProbioticsÂ â€“ Most of those having salicylate intolerance will opt for a low salicylate diet, which in turn leads to an un-balanced diet. The side effects being the gut microbiome getting out of balance. In order to restore it you need to introduce â€˜goodâ€™ bacteria into the gut. Certain strains such as D lactate free probiotics have been proven to be beneficial for those with this condition. We tried about 15-20 different strains and eventually it wasÂ / style="">Spectrumceuticalâ€™s Pro 450 D lactate freeÂ product that worked wonders for us.Â / target="_blank">https://mummyandchild.com/how-probiotics-can-help-histamine-intolerance/
L-GlutamineÂ â€“ A dominant amino acid in the body, it helps to strengthen the gut lining. A strong and healthy gut lining will prevent any â€˜particlesâ€™ from infiltrating into the blood stream directly and also help with better production of digestive enzymes.
Slippery Elm and Aloe VeraÂ â€“ These herbs offer a protective layer and sooth the mucosal layer of the digestive system. They also sooth the gut when you from stomach cramps.