Histamine intolerance and adrenal fatigue lifting with circadian optimization

I have to admit, the first round of the Stop Leaky Gut Challenge worked out a lot better than I thought it would.  It's one thing to have some theories that you believe are correct, it's quite another to see people get results that clearly support those theories.  Optimizing circadian rhythms is by far the … Continue reading Histamine intolerance and adrenal fatigue lifting with circadian optimization

New study provides giant step in understanding cause of IBS symptoms

The beautiful part about science is that different research groups come at problems from different perspectives.  In a recent paper looking for biomarkers to differentiate irritable bowel syndrome(IBS) from inflammatory bowel disease(IBD) and healthy controls, researchers found a unique profile of proteins found in the intestinal fluids of people with IBS. These findings are great … Continue reading New study provides giant step in understanding cause of IBS symptoms

Hacking histamine intolerance: What you need to know to heal

Histamine intolerance is a recently identified condition where people have an "allergic" reaction to the histamine found in food.  Histamine is a molecule that we all make that's involved in the nervous and immune systems.  Many people know of histamine due to its role in causing the symptoms related to allergies: Itchy eyes and skin … Continue reading Hacking histamine intolerance: What you need to know to heal