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

L-Glycine: The Brain, The Gut, The Tissues

The amino acid L-glycine is among the simplest amino acids, and is the most used amino acid, biochemically speaking. Deficiencies of glycine may have numerous implications on: digestion, brain and cognitive functioning, methylation insufficiency, detoxification as well as connective tissue health. L-glycine can be derived from dietary sources: meat, fish, legumes, dairy. Glycine is also

The Nutritional Physiology Course That Will Take Your Practice to the Next Level

If you’ve been following my posts regarding my Functional Blood Chemistry & Nutritional Analysis course, you may recall my discussion regarding nutritional physiology. Every time that I would give lectures or webinars on functional blood chemistry analysis, afterwards I felt like there were missing pieces of information. I’ve always had a good way of teaching