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Histamine Intolerance: Understanding Histamine and How It Makes You Sick

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Histamine Intolerance: Could This Be Another Reason Why You Are Sick?  Histamine intolerance is often accompanied by unexplained symptoms such as an itchy tongue and runny nose while eating certain foods such as banana, avocado, or eggplant.  Sometimes patients experience a flushed face when drinking red wine, unpredictable menstrual cycles, or unusual headaches & anxiety. […]

Physicians Should Be On The Lookout For “Female Athlete Triad,” Research Suggests

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We first learned of the “female athlete triad” in the family practice literature. This triad consists of eating problems (anorexia, bulemia), menstrual abnormalities and weakened bones. This triad is the “worst case scenario” for female athletes. Even with the magnitude of these problems, this disorder gets little press. This is only the second report I’ve […]

Estrogen Patches May Reduce Risk For Alzheimer’s In Newly Postmenopausal Women, Study Suggests

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Estrogen Patches May Reduce Risk For Alzheimer’s In Newly Postmenopausal Women, Study Suggests. More and more evidence is finally building to support estrogen use as a preventative for long term chronic disease. In this case, Alzheimer’s Dz is reduced by estrogen use. A second recurring concept now is start estrogen therapy early either before menopause […]

How to Use Cinnamon to Lower Blood Sugar

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Growing up, when someone said cinnamon, I thought sugar: Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon pop-tarts, cinnamon and sugar on buttered toast and cinnamon rolls….which are all pretty much made of the same three ingredients – wheat flour, sugar, and cinnamon. Swap out the wheat flour and add oats and you’ve got the popular highly sugared instant oatmeal – […]

HLA-B27 and autoimmune disease: Is a low-starch diet the solution?

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Numerous environmental factors have been implicated in the development of autoimmune disease, including antibiotic use, birth by cesarean section, chemical exposure, poor diet, and sleep deprivation, among others (1, 2, 3, 4, 5). While it is widely believed that disease onset requires an environmental trigger, most autoimmune conditions have a genetic component as well (6). […]

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