In our world today, knowing what and how to eat can feel like a daunting task. And the plethora of dietary theories and dogma only serve to create more confusion and health problems.
Growing up in the low-fat era it was drilled into my subconscious mind that fat was the devil and that the only way to stay slim was through counting every little calorie that crossed my lips. The emergence of the supermodel era didn’t help either.
“Our species in general had grown accustomed to pain and adversity through millennia of struggle. . . . We were only recently evolving the ability to let ourselves feel good and have things go well for any significant period of time.” Gay Hendricks, The Big Leap
As you know, I’m super passionate about the science of epigenetics, especially as it relates to the brain and how the power of nutrients can save lives.
If you think you may suffer from histamine intolerance, a mast cell disorder, mastocytosis, or mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS), and are researching like mad trying to figure out how to overcome it, then this article is for you.
With a plethora of information available today on histamine and lots of no-so-good information on how to mitigate its negative side-effects, my goal here is to separate fact from fiction and provide a framework for further understanding and healing.