Aged cheeses such as cheddar, blue, gorgonzola, brie, or camembert contain high amounts of tyramine.
Aged, fermented, smoked, air dried, or pickled meats contain high amounts of tyramine. This includes items such as pepperoni, sausage, bologna, and salami.
Pickled foods such as sauerkraut or various meats and vegetables that have been pickled contain high amounts of tyramine.
Red and white wine typically have high levels of tyramine. Drink only 4 ounces or less per day if on a low tyramine diet. Some beers also contain high amounts of tyramine. In particular dark beer on tap. It has been suggested that bottled and canned beer contain less tyramine and this may be due to packaging and pasteurization. Educate patients extensively for potential interactions.
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