1. Meat Products
- beef liver
- chicken liver
- fermented sausages (pepperoni, salami)
- luncheon meats
2. Fish Products
- cured fish
- dried or pickled herring
- shrimp paste
3. Milk Products
- aged cheeses
- processed cheeses
- sour cream
4. Fruits and Vegetables
- overripe fruits
- overripe avocados
- fava beans
- canned figs
- Italian green beans
- snow peas
- red wines, Chianti wine
- beers containing yeast
- concentrated yeast products
- brewer's yeast
- Miso (a type of soup or sauce)
- Soy sauce
7. Other Dietary Considerations
Tyramine is also produced in foods during the spoiling or decay process.
- Check packaged foods for freshness. Don't consume products beyond the freshness date.
- Cook all foods to the proper temperature.
- Maintain cold foods at the proper temperature.
- Don't refreeze foods that have been thawed.
- Avoid leftovers, even if they have been refrigerated.
- Consume cooked foods promptly, making sure proper food temperature is maintained.
Source: Kaplan MD, Harold I. and Sadock MD, Benjamin J. Synopsis of Psychiatry, Eighth Edition 1998 Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.
Kaplan MD, Harold I. and Sadock MD, Benjamin J. Synopsis of Psychiatry, Eighth Edition 1998 Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins.