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Re: Tyramine reaction? but how??

Posted by Willful on November 7, 2013, at 13:36:44

In reply to Tyramine reaction? but how??, posted by jono_in_adelaide on November 7, 2013, at 0:44:26

I suppose what stands out is the red wine. It depends a lot on what type it is, but some red wines can cause a tyramine reaction.

Especially if you have it regularly for dinner, it could deplete tyramine, if it's that kind.

I would defintely skip it tonight, as repeated doses of a problematic substance increase the response.

I suppose if anything you had was spoiled, and had been out for a while or not fully refrigerated-- like mayonnaise on the sandwich, or something of that sort, it could be an issue, but aged cheese and some aged red wines are frequently cited substances.

Some wines are okay, too-- it really depends on the wine. But I would start there--






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