To lower histamine levels, eat only fresh foods- eggs, chicken, rice, gluten free pasta/crackers, cream cheese, butter, coconut oil, olive oil, non-citrus juices, milk, herbal teas (not coffee, black tea), fresh/frozen fish, fresh/frozen fruits and vegetables. No tomatoes, strawberries, vinegar, matured cheeses, pickled/canned foods, shellfish, salami and other cured meats, sausages, ham, bologna, etc. No beans, nuts chocolate, peanut butter, ready meals, deli food because its been sitting, energy drinks, as these are all high in histamines, so the key to low histamine is fresh as fresh can be.
I was now really fascinated by the events and determined to try and discover as much information as possible. My brother and his son promised to visit the . for me and see if they could get their hands on the original Admiralty documents - which they did in due course and the result of their hard work is reproduced here . In the meantime I scoured the Internet and poured over maps to try and pinpoint the actual wreck site, but with little success. It was now March 2001 and in desperation I faxed the Northern Constabulary Orkney Command Area in Kirkwall asking for assistance in tracking down the owner of the wreck. As it turned out, this was to lead to an amazing discovery.
Silk found in insect pupae , and in spider webs and egg casings, also has twisted β-pleated sheets incorporated into fibers wound into larger supermolecular aggregates. The structure of the spinnerets on spiders’ tails, and the contributions of their interior glands , provide remarkable control of fast extrusion . Spider silk is typically about 1 to 2 micrometres (µm) thick, compared with about 60 µm for human hair, and more for some mammals. The biologically and commercially useful properties of silk fibers depend on the organization of multiple adjacent protein chains into hard, crystalline regions of varying size, alternating with flexible, amorphous regions where the chains are randomly coiled .  A somewhat analogous situation occurs with synthetic polymers such as nylon , developed as a silk substitute. Silk from the hornet cocoon contains doublets about 10 µm across, with cores and coating, and may be arranged in up to 10 layers, also in plaques of variable shape. Adult hornets also use silk as a glue , as do spiders.