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

PEMT Gene Mutations: Choline & Phospholipids

PEMT (phosphatidylethanolamine methyltransferase) is a gene that is important for the formation of the nutrient phosphatidylcholine (PC). Phosphatidylcholine is the most abundant phospholipid. Phospholipids have a number of very important functions. Some of these include: Component of every cell membrane of the human body Antioxidant properties Brain function, including the formation of many important neurotransmitters such