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Tyramine (Overview)

Tyramine is a compound found in our foods, especially rich in cheese and wine. It is known because in patients that are taking maois, eating tyramine rich foods can cause severe side effects due to release of stored monoamines.


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What foods contains tyramine?

What foods contains tyramine?

? Migraine: If tyramine problem=migraine, here is a list of foods that are rich in tyramine to avoid triggering headaches: chocolate, yoghurt, all cheese except cottage cheese, smoked/pickled fish/meats (inc herring, caviar, bologna, salami, pepperoni), liver, avocados, bananas, figs, raisins+ red wine. Check out my plate recommendations for food ideas, alternatives. From a fellow migraineur since childhood:). ...Read more

Tyramine (Overview)

Tyramine is a compound found in our foods, especially rich in cheese and wine. It is known because in patients that are taking maois, eating tyramine rich foods can cause severe side effects due to release of stored monoamines.


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What foods have a lot of tyramine?

What foods have a lot of tyramine?

LOTS: Meats that are potentially spoiled or pickled, aged, smoked, fermented, or marinated (some fish, poultry, and beef); most pork (except cured ham); chocolate; alcoholic beverages; and fermented foods, such as most cheeses (except ricotta, cottage cheese, cream cheese and neufchatel cheese), sour cream, yogurt, shrimp paste, soy sauce, soy bean condiments, teriyaki sauce, tofu, tempeh, miso soup, . ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: tyramine?

What is the definition or description of: tyramine?

Food component: Tyramine is a compound found in our foods, especially rich in cheese and wine. It is known because in patients that are taking maois, eating tyramine rich foods can cause severe side effects due to release of stored monoamines. ...Read more

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I am looking for foods that are healthy for a low tyramine diet.?

I am looking for foods that are healthy for a low tyramine diet.?

? Migraine: If tyramine problem=migraine, here is a list of foods that are rich in tyramine to avoid triggering headaches: chocolate, yoghurt, all cheese except cottage cheese, smoked/pickled fish/meats (inc herring, caviar, bologna, salami, pepperoni), liver, avocados, bananas, figs, raisins+ red wine. Check out my plate recommendations for food ideas, alternatives. From a fellow migraineur since childhood:). ...Read more

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Tyramine, side effects?

Tyramine, side effects?

Sympathomimetic: It is an aminoacid which has sympathomimetic action and if absorbed can displace noradrenaline and adrenaline from receptors causing elevated BP / heart rythm problems/ flushing etc.. More common in people taking maoi. ...Read more

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Does hemp powder contain tyramine?

No tyramine in hemp: Some foods contain tyramine, which could be problematic if you are on certain medicines (monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs)). Make sure to do your research for other foods if you were told to avoid 'tyramine containing foods'. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyramine#Occurrence ...Read more

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What foods or beverage contains tyramine?

What foods or beverage contains tyramine?

? Migraine: If tyramine problem=migraine, here is a list of foods that are rich in tyramine to avoid triggering headaches: chocolate, yoghurt, all cheese except cottage cheese, smoked/pickled fish/meats (inc herring, caviar, bologna, salami, pepperoni), liver, avocados, bananas, figs, raisins+ red wine. Check out my plate recommendations for food ideas, alternatives. From a fellow migraineur since childhood:). ...Read more

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Why tyramine contraindicated with mao inhibitor?

Why tyramine contraindicated with mao inhibitor?

Will cause severe BP: Tyramine in large doses can raise your blood pressure, that can cause a stroke and death. Small doses don't do that because there is enough MAO in your intestinal tract to metabolize the tyramine. When you take a MAO inhibitor, tyramine is no longer metabolized in the gut, so it is free to raise your blood pressure to a very high level. This is less likely to happen with topical MAO called emsam. ...Read more

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Why tyramine is contraindicated with mao inhibitor?

Why tyramine is contraindicated with mao inhibitor?

Increase BP: Tyramine in large doses can raise your blood pressure, that can cause a stroke and death. Small doses don't do that because there is enough MAO in your intestinal tract to metabolize the tyramine. When you take a MAO inhibitor, tyramine is no longer metabolized in the gut, so it is free to raise your blood pressure to a very high level. This is less likely to happen with topical MAO called emsam. ...Read more

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Does anyone have a diet for 12 year old with tyramine problems?

Does anyone have a diet for 12 year old with tyramine problems?

? Migraine: If tyramine problem=migraine, here is a list of foods that are rich in tyramine to avoid triggering headaches: chocolate, yoghurt, all cheese except cottage cheese, smoked/pickled fish/meats (inc herring, caviar, bologna, salami, pepperoni), liver, avocados, bananas, figs, raisins+ red wine. Check out my plate recommendations for food ideas, alternatives. From a fellow migraineur since childhood:). ...Read more