Low Histamine Keto Meal Ideas, Sep 2017

Sept 2017 meal ideas

This is the first of what I hope will become a regular series on my blog: low histamine ketogenic meal ideas!

I had initially thought of doing weekly meal plans in advance and sharing them here with you, but my health doesn't allow for consistency like that and I've only ever managed the first post. So I have decided to rather post a round-up of past meals which you and I can scroll through for inspiration whenever we're short on foodie ideas. 

I hope that you will find this series useful, I was relieved to discover I'm not the only one who is in need of low histamine ketogenic meal ideas, there seem to be many people out there with similar issues. You are not alone!


I consistently post photos of all my meals on my dedicated Instagram profile, but I thought a more detailed description and ingredient list might be useful to some less creative cooks out there.

I will occasionally also share the recipes to some of my favourite dishes. This is mainly for future reference, but I'm sure somebody else out there might appreciate them too. 

My Favourite Meals, September 2017

Stir Fry in Lettuce Boats

Stir Fry in Lettuce Boats
Includes: minced beef fried in coconut oil with white onion, ginger, garlic, bell peppers, courgettes and some cabbage or carrot if you like. Served on romaine or baby gem lettuce.

This is one of my favourite meals. It's quite easy to make, doesn't take too long to prepare and it tastes good!

Roast Chicken

Roast Chicken with Vegetables
Includes: chicken thighs and drumsticks, a selection of roasting veg like onion, garlic, courgette, sweet potato, parsnip, bell peppers, radishes. Coat with ghee or coconut oil and season with your favourite herbs and spices.

This is a great meal for those days when you can't be standing over the stove stirring things. Just pop it into the oven and go rest till it's done!

Crumbed Steak

Coconut Crumbed Steak with Salad
Includes: coconut flour and dessicated coconut mixed with garlic, salt, pepper and freshly chopped parsley. Coat the meat in it and fry in coconut oil. Serve immediately with a salad or your choice of vegetables. 

If you can tolerate egg, then you can coat the meat in egg before covering in the coconut mixture.

This crumbed meat is so delicious! My mum makes this for me when she visits. You can use chicken instead of the stir fry beef strips. Remember to prepare the sides first and the meat last so it can be served immediately when ready.

Lamb Chops

Lamb Chops with Vegetables
Includes: vegetables of your choice, prepared and cooked first. Once ready, fry chops in coconut oil. Pan must be hot initially to seal the meat on both sides. Then lower to med-high heat until cooked to your liking. 

Turn the meat every 2 minutes to brown evenly from both sides. Season only with salt.

This is one of my all-time favourites! My sister makes this one for me and it is so full of flavour and has great fat and protein content. 

As of September 2017 I have been on a low histamine ketogenic diet.
The keto part is to manage symptoms of ME/CFS and I have had great improvement from being in ketosis. One of the biggest benefits has been dramatic decrease in chronic pain and no longer being bedridden. You can read about that here.

The low histamine part of the diet is due to the fact that my body seems to have trouble managing histamine levels and I have entered a permanent state of allergic reaction including constant itching as well as rashes and hives. By controlling the types of foods and amount of histamine I ingest, I have been able to reduce these reactions. You can read about that here.

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  • Veronica says:

    Thank you for sharing, I do well losing weight on Ket, but now I need to lower my histamine leaves so I am enjoying your inspiration!!

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