Histamine Intolerance: Causes, Symptoms and Solutions

Masterclass with Dr. Dian Ginsberg and Sheila Vuckovic

Is Histamine Intolerance Affecting Your Life?

The signs of histamine intolerance can include IBS, headaches (especially at certain times of the menstrual cycle in women), dizziness, insomnia, skin issues and more. Many people have no idea these issues can involve histamine as traditionally we have only thought about histamine in the context of seasonal or food allergies.

This masterclass will teach you all about histamine, it's many roles in the body and how it can build up to cause some painful and irritating symptoms. We will discuss ways to reduce the burden and take back your life!

When you sign up for this masterclass you will receive the recorded webinar plus bonus material!


The bonus material includes a guide to the low histamine diet, two day meal plan, guide to supplements to help with histamine issues and an infographic on foods that affect histamine.


Meet Your Instructors

Dr. Ginsberg completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Bowman-Gray School of Medicine in North Carolina before Houston's sunny climate brought her to Texas. Dr. Ginsberg has years of experience providing comprehensive obstetrics and gynecology treatment. As her career advanced she developed a special interest in functional medicine and the manner in which it bridges the gap of a patients illness while minimizing severe symptoms and optimizing health. This passion now encompasses special focus on the understanding of genetics and methylation, optimal hormone balance and overall healthy aging.

Dr. Ginsberg had her own histamine intolerance issues in 2018 during an extremely stressful period of her life. This experience has equipped her with personal knowledge of the role of histamine intolerance.

Sheila received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Texas A&M University. Passionate about health and wellness she began working as a personal trainer at the corporate wellness center at BP. Her interest in nutrition grew and combined with her Exercise Science background, she went on to receive her Masters in Health and Nutrition Education from the University of Houston. Sheila completed her certification as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner from the Nutrition Therapy Association in June of 2016 and became a certified Bioindividual Nutrition Practitioner in April 2018. Her most recent professional certification came from completing the Dr. Terry Wahl's program summer 2020.

Sheila has worked with many patients in the area of histamine intolerance and loves working with patients on the implementation of changes in lifestyle and diet.