High Histamine Rollercoaster: Implications of This Potent Neuro-Immune Modulator

Histamine is a powerful molecule. When it is activated, it has numerous physiological effects through its various histamine receptors. Understanding the various roles that histamine occupies, confers new insights into the implications for dietary, immunological, gastro-intestinal, cardiovascular, endocrinological, neurological, and inflammatory mechanisms. 4 histamine receptors have been identified, and each exert different effects. Histamine is released by

Methylation, Epigenetics & Nutrigenomics: Identifying & Correcting The Core Issues In Disease

Have you heard of methylation before? In 5-8 years from now, problems in a person’s “methylation” cycle is going to be widely recognized as one of the core, underlying factors in many health issues and degenerative diseases. Methylation gene defects and epigenetic altercations to certain genes essential in the methylation pathways of the body can

Uncovering Core Nutrient Deficiencies in Vascular Disease: Methylation, Homocysteine & Genetics

Elevated levels of homocysteine have been a known independent risk factor in cardiovascular disease, cancer and other degenerative diseases for several decades. Dr. Kilmer McCully’s groundbreaking research decades ago, has led to new understandings regarding the role genes play in homocysteine formation. Certain inherited genetic mutations such as MTHFR, MTR, MTRR, BHMT and CBS may

Normalizing Glucose & Insulin Powerfully Decreases Inflammation

High levels of insulin and glucose are strongly associated with increased inflammatory processes in the body. The prevalence of insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes have reached epidemic proportions. For years the medical literature has pointed to the reality that the primary marker associated with cardiovascular risk is elevated insulin.The higher your glucose levels, the more