This low histamine mango smoothie is perfect for anyone on the low-histamine diet. It is refreshing and cooling with subtle mango carrot flavors spiced with ground ginger powder. Ginger has many gut-healing and immune-boosting properties. Plus, ginger, mango, and carrot just work together.
I added carrots to this low histamine mango smoothie for histamine intolerance as I love sneaking vegetables into my smoothies. Creating this recipe was the first time I used carrot and mango together to make a smoothie, so I wasn’t sure how it would turn out, but I was pleasantly surprised.
Oat milk is used to blend the smoothie and yields the perfect creaminess but you could also use coconut milk too which would taste delicious as well.
I give my six-month-old baby girl tastes of all my smoothies and she loved this low histamine mango smoothie with carrot.
While this low histamine smoothie is excellent for anyone with histamine intolerance, it is also the perfect baby food. Nutritious, easy, and gentle on the stomach.
Subtle, smooth, refreshing, and cooling are the words that come to mind when describing this smoothie. But to be honest, you have to try it for yourself!
I added 1 tsp of honey for additional sweetness and to enhance and tie all the flavors together, but that is optional. I used frozen mango which was not very ripe, so some extra sweetness was warranted. If you use super-ripe mango, you may not want to add honey.
As a nutritional therapist, I find that many people have histamine issues, such as itchy skin and allergies, and feel better when they eat low-histamine foods. Following a low histamine diet is helpful for anyone with symptoms of histamine intolerance, but for a long-term resolution, I recommend investigating the underlying cause of histamine intolerance.
Low histamine fruit smoothies are such a delicious snack or breakfast. Anyone looking for low histamine smoothie recipes with love this mango smoothie that is suitable for a vegan diet. It is a good idea to enjoy the smoothie in the morning on an empty stomach as it contains low histamine ingredients that are unlikely to cause your histamine symptoms to flare.
Many people with histamine issues have way too much histamine coming from various sources such as the diet, gut bacteria, the immune system and stress. Avoiding high histamine ingredients helps to prevent your histamine bucket from overflowing and thus causing histamine symptoms.
Also, pay attention to which histamine foods are your triggers. As you improve your gut health, support your various histamine metabolism pathways, and reduce stress, you may be able to include lower histamine foods in your diet again.
But in the meantime, enjoy this cooling, low histamine mango carrot smoothie with ginger.
Additional tips for making the best low histamine smoothie
I kept this antihistamine smoothie simple and supplement-free, but smoothies are the perfect opportunity to add in supplements or superfoods. I don’t know about you, but I find it so much easier to add supplements into my smoothies rather than swallowing a pill.
Probiota HistaminX is the best probiotic for histamine intolerance and can easily be added to this low histamine mango smoothie. Open up a capsule and mix it in. This probiotic is a low histamine probiotic that contains probiotics to help break down histamine in the gut and rebalance the microbiome.
Liposomal vitamin c is also a great addition to this smoothie as vitamin c is a mast cell stabilizer that helps prevent excess histamine release.
I used frozen mango in this smoothie, but you can use fresh mango as well. If you use fresh mango, add a couple of ice cubes to make a chilled low histamine smoothie.
For extra protein, you can add 2 tbsp of hemp seeds, hemp protein powder, rice protein flour, sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds. According to low histamine eats, these are the best low histamine protein powders that are a great addition to low histamine smoothies. Adding protein will also help to balance blood sugar levels.
When selecting protein sources for antihistamine smoothies, be careful about consuming the amino acid histidine in large amounts, as the body produces histamine from the amino acid histidine.
Low Histamine Mango Smoothie
- High speed blender
- 1 cup frozen mango
- ½ cup carrot
- 1 cup oat milk
- ½ tsp ground ginger
- 1 tsp honey
- Dice the carrot, then place all ingredients into a high speed blender to blend. Pour into a smoothie jar and enjoy!