April 3rd, 2018 | GAP Syndrome Diet, Our Food, Specific Carbohydrate Diet, allergies, anxiety, cheese, depression, enzymes, fermentation, GAPS diet, gut, histamine, intolerance, microbiome, neurotransmitter, processed food, SCD
Source: Sheila Shea’s June 2017 newsletter.
Histamine: Such a Hot Topic!
Histamine is a neurotransmitter produced by pathogenic bacteria in the gut. Normally, histamine is broken down naturally by an enzyme diamine oxidase. However, many people are bankrupt of that enzyme, do not break down histamine and hence get the symptoms. Two biggies are pruritis or skin itching and urticaria or hives. Everyone knows the skin itchy one. Add to the list migraines, low blood pressure, mood change, menstrual issues, vertigo, and dizziness. You have to change your microbiome to decrease the histamine releasing pathogens and increase and balance the positive bacteria and fungi.
June 10th, 2012
Multimedia Presentation on Wireless Health Hazards from ElectromagneticHealth.Org on Vimeo. In the video above, www.ElectromagneticHealth.org founder Camilla Rees presents an overview of an emerging public health issue -- excessive exposures to microwave radiation from wireless technologies. ...
February 1st, 2010
Most of my life I have been excessively healthy. No cavities, never sick, and with rapid healing powers so that I have no scars despite the multitude of oven burns and other disasters that being a chef generally involve (I have chopped off the tip of my left pointer finger several times--but you wou ...
January 26th, 2010
After reading Anna's positive experiences with the GAPs diet I ordered the book and have just finished reading it, I have tried a lot of diets over the years especially after living in a moldy apartment in Wellington, NZ which has resulted in problems with my digestive tract ever since. November las ...