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July 6, 2016
Medications may be helpful in managing your symptoms in the short term, but what if you could get to the root of the problem once and for all?
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February 20, 2016
This post offers an in-depth look at how histamine forms, how it behaves in the body, why some people are more sensitive to it, and why responses are so unpredictable.
Read more … Histamine Intolerance: Understanding the Science
August 10, 2015
Learn the symptoms of fructose malabsorption, how accurate fructose breath tests are, and what dietary strategies you can use that go beyond fructose elimination. Plus, helpful food and beverage charts.
Read more … Is Fructose Malabsorption Causing Your IBS?
March 24, 2013
This post is your go-to guide to histamine intolerance: diagnosis, prevention, treatment, food choices, food handling/storage, and medications to avoid.
Read more … Freshness Counts: Histamine Intolerance
January 6, 2013
Did you know potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers and goji berries can be toxic to your digestive and nervous systems? Discover the fascinating science of nightshades.
Read more … How Deadly Are Nightshades?
December 21, 2012
Could you improve (or even cure) your ADHD by eliminating specific foods from your diet? European studies that placed children with ADHD on restricted diets showed significant results.
Read more … Food Sensitivities and ADHD
November 5, 2012
Public health officials and nutrition experts love to sing the praises of the virtuous cruciferous vegetable family. But could crucifers have a dark side?
Read more … Is Broccoli Good for You?
September 27, 2012
Constipation can cause significant inconvenience, discomfort, and even disability for some individuals, but can usually be alleviated by knowing which foods are gumming up the works.
Read more … The 5 Most Common Constipation Culprits